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Eyeball Networks Upgrades Firewall, NAT Traversal Solution

Release 8 of AnyFirewall Engine and AnyFirewall Server aimed at VoIP, IMS, and Packet Cable 2.0 networks

VANCOUVER, B.C. (July 28 - 2009) " Eyeball Networks today announced the release 8 of its AnyFirewall Engine and AnyFirewall Server, the most comprehensive firewall and NAT traversal infrastructure and developer tools for VoIP, IMS, and Packet Cable 2.0 networks.

"AnyFirewall Engine and Server provide a standards-based solution to firewall and NAT traversal problems, a major barrier for growth of IP communications and VoIP adoption," stated Dr. Shahadat Khan, CSO of Eyeball Networks. "Release 8 of AnyFirewall Engine and Server implements the latest IETF, IMS, and Packet Cable 2.0 standards and drafts including STUN 2.0 (RFC 5389), BEHAVE TURN 15 and MMUSIC ICE 19. We are pleased to offer AnyFirewall Engine release 8 as a free download to the AnyFirewall Developers Community".

The AnyFirewall Developers Community at http://developer.anyfirewall.com enables developers to build IP communications applications on top of the world's leading firewall and NAT traversal platform. AnyFirewall Engine provides a flexible, multi-platform firewall and NAT traversal library that is independent of signaling protocols and media delivery, making it interoperable with third-party protocol stacks and voice/video engines. AnyFirewall Server is a carrier-grade STUN and TURN server.

For more information, please contact [email protected] or +1 (604) 921-5993. Additional information can be found online at www.eyeball.com.

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 IP communications solutions in a cost-effective and timely manner. Today, over 20 million users and 100 service providers and device makers benefit from Eyeball's innovations, including its patented AnyBandwidth, AnyFirewall, and AntiSPIT 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. 114

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