Eyeball Networks Announces Release of Messenger SDK Version 10
Eyeball Networks is a premier developer of connectivity solutions for the world’s major providers of mobile communications services and devices.
Recently, the firm unveiled the latest version of Messenger SDK, a mobile softphone toolkit which enables instant messaging, VoIP, and video conferencing
Officials said that the new Messenger SDK version 10 brings HD video conferencing to 3G and 4G networks and devices.
It supports HD voice and video conferencing based on SIP and H.264. It also supports Presence, IM, and PubSub based on XMPP, Enhanced AnyBandwidth Technology for superior voice and video quality for mobile networks and devices as well as AnyFirewall Technology version 10.
Additionally, Messenger SDK version 10 boasts of offering support for all major fixed and mobile platforms including Android, iOS, Linux, OS X, Windows 8, and Windows RT.
“There are now more than 2 billion mobile broadband subscriptions worldwide, 3 times the number of fixed line broadband subscriptions,” said Chris Piche, Eyeball’s CEO, in a press statement. “Messenger SDK version 10 enables developers to incorporate HD video conferencing into communication and collaboration applications for 3G and 4G networks and devices.”
Messenger SDK is the only mobile softphone toolkit which provides instant, seamless, guaranteed calls, voice and video quality over any fixed or mobile network, across any NAT or firewall, and on any device.
It also delivers added benefits of peer-to-peer media transport and carrier-grade scalability. Officials confirmed that it is also the world’s most widely deployed fixed and mobile softphone toolkit, having been deployed to more than 20 million subscribers by licensees.
Recently, virtual-pbx reported that Eyeball Networks announced the release of AnyFirewall Engine and Server version 10, which bring guaranteed STUN/TURN/ICE connectivity to IPv6 networks and devices.
Edited by Maurice Nagle