San Jose, CA — Communications IP provider D2 today announced an upgrade to its flagship VoIP product, vPort. The upgrade enhances the universal mobility capabilities of vPort by resolving problems posed by firewalls and Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal. Through broader support for the Internet Engineering Task Force's (IETF) standards, including STUN, TURN and ICE, vPort eliminates barriers created by disparate communications platforms and individual network security implementations, such as what might exist between a user and a corporate network.
This speeds delivery and quality of VoIP calls and quickens time to market for VoIP-enabled communications devices, including dual mode phones, triple- and quadruple-play devices, advanced VoIP adapters/gateways, IP phones and other mobile devices.
For more about vPort visit www.D2tech.com.
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