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Eyeball Launches Free Developers Community

Free SDK download enables quick integration of NAT traversal features using STUN, TURN and ICE

Vancouver, January 7th, 2008 - Eyeball Networks, a leading developer of VoIP, instant messaging and NAT-traversal software, today announced the release of AnyFirewall Developers Community that enables integration of standards-based NAT traversal features into IP communications applications using industry leading AnyFirewall Engine (AFE) software.

The AnyFirewall Developers Community at URL http://developer.anyfirewall.com provides developers access to software and support to integrate 100 percent NAT traversal into their IP communications applications such as VoIP phones, online communities and networked games. This community also provides an online NAT traversal demo, example code, technical literature and access to an online AnyFirewall Server - a carrier grade STUN-TURN server.

"Firewall and NAT traversal is a widespread industry challenge and one of the key barriers to mass adoption of VoIP". says Dr. Shahadat Khan, CTO of Eyeball Networks. "We are pleased to offer this community to collaborate with the VoIP application developers and device makers on a standards-based solution to this problem".

Eyeball AnyFirewall(tm) Engine is the industry's leading NAT traversal Software Development Kit (SDK) for guaranteed VoIP and video call completion across NATs, firewalls, and Web proxies. AFE incorporates the most comprehensive implementation of the IETF standards STUN, TURN and ICE along with optional features such as UPnP and HTTP-tunneling. Adoption of IETF standards ensures interoperability of applications or devices with third-party components and services.

AnyFirewall Engine is designed to integrate with third party components such as SIP and JINGLE stacks, RTP libraries, and other voice and video engines for rapid development of feature-rich applications. It offers the highest rate of peer-to-peer (P2P) media transport in the industry providing high call quality due to reduced delay and packet loss as compared to using relay servers. For service providers, this implies low infrastructure cost, low bandwidth cost and high service scalability.

About Eyeball Networks Eyeball Networks is a pioneer and world leader in VoIP and NAT traversal software enabling service providers, application developers, and device makers to deliver carrier-grade communications solutions in a cost-effective and timely manner. Today, over 19 million users and over 100 service providers and device makers benefit from Eyeball's innovations, including its patented AnyBandwidth(tm), AnyFirewall(tm), and AntiSPIT(tm) technologies guaranteeing the best possible VoIP and video experience - over any Internet connection, across any NAT or firewall, and on any device. For more information, please visit www.eyeball.com or email [email protected].

Media Contact: Brian Ellis 100 Park Royal, Suite 500 West Vancouver, BC V7T1A2 604.921.5993 Ext. 124 [email protected]

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