Eyeball Networks Announces 95% Peer-2-Peer NAT Traversal Completion Rates at WebRTC Expo, Atlanta, GA
Standard STUN / TURN / ICE implementation connectivity rates not enough for today’s commercial deployments. WebRTC Expo
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As day two of the WebRTC Expo starts in Atlanta, GA, Eyeball Networks is pleased to announce support for platform developers requiring commercial grade NAT traversal connectivity for their WebRTC implementations.
“One thing is clear to us from the conversations we’re hearing at this year’s conference,” says Matt Sims, Vice President of marketing for Eyeball. “The elephant in the room is how WebRTC platform and app developers will deliver carrier-grade reliability to their enterprise customers.”
Peer-2-peer completion rates for standard WebRTC NAT traversal implementations, and completion rates in general, are far below what most enterprise customers today expect.
Existing performance of 50-80% peer-2-peer connectivity represents a significant dependence on relay servers to complete calls, if guaranteed connectivity is the goal. This relay traffic will come at a high cost to platform providers.
Eyeball Networks, the pioneer of NAT traversal technologies, offers AnyFirewall Engine v9.6, and AnyFirewall Server v9.6 as a solution to this problem, providing developers guaranteed connectivity and peer-2-peer completion rates of 95% – far above standard STUN / TURN / ICE implementations.
Attendees of this years WebRTC show can come visit Eyeball Networks at table #35, and see first hand why many of today’s largest communication companies rely on Eyeball’s patented STUN / TURN / ICE implementation for their commercial solution