damaka users while in transit can now maintain network connectivity without having to tear down and re-establish new session
RICHARDSON, Texas - September 10, 2007 – damaka®, a fast-growing communications and collaboration software company, enables users to maintain P2P SIP session continuity as the user changes network from one WiFi to another WiFi network while in motion. “Maintaining un-interrupted peer-to-peer established communication connection within a company campus or educational institution has been increasingly difficult due to different WLAN network connections” states Satish Gundabathula, CTO of damaka. “damaka has taken the lead in developing an innovative patent pending solution whereby all the sessions within a damaka client will maintain its connections while the network switch happens automatically as the user transits multiple networks”. Hence, the user need not worry about re-login into the client and continue the current session un-interrupted. This provides a better user experience.
As part of the continued efforts to enable seamless connectivity especially for users in motion, damaka would shortly be introducing “true mobility” functionality wherein the application would automatically handoff communication sessions irrespective of network - 3G Data, WiFi and WiMax – based on service availability to the user.
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About damaka, Inc.
damaka (www.damaka.com) is the world’s most comprehensive, peer-to-peer, standards-based communication & collaboration software. damaka provides voice, video, IM, file transfer, desktop sharing, IPTV, & other features in an easy-to-use, real-time environment on both desktop/laptop and wireless devices (such as smartphones). A technology pioneer in distributed softswitching, damaka offers its white-label solution to Operators and Enterprises. The damaka platform is based on industry standards and uses patent pending technology to provide a very secure peer-to-peer environment for Internet users worldwide.