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finally, an open alternative to Viber

The rise of Viber has, for some people, been a case of `skype, not again!’

until now…

Lumicall is now in the Android market – and it fully interacts with
other SIP products using ENUM and SRV records. Any feedback on this is
welcome.

Interconnect (Asterisk calling to/from Lumicall users) is based on the
idea of federated SIP, it is explained at http://www.lumicall.org for
those who want to connect up to it.

Please bear in mind: Lumicall supports ICE (RFC 5245) for NAT traversal,
it is using the ice4j implementation from the Jitsi community. This
makes the SIP packets bigger and often they are too big for the MTU of a
UDP packet. When using ICE, it seems essential to use TLS, to avoid the
MTU problems and also to avoid routers mangling the SIP headers (ICE
doesn’t need help from routers, they only confuse the algorithm)

Samsung Takes the Lead In the Smartphone Market

Samsung shipped 27.8 million smartphones in the last quarter, taking 23.8 percent of the market, Milton Keynes, U.K.- based Strategy Analytics said in an e-mailed statement today. Apple’s 17.1 million shipments, comprising 14.6 percent of the market, pushed the Cupertino, California-based company to second place. Nokia Oyj (NOK1V) maintained its third position, it said.

Apple, which released its iPhone 4S this month, held the top spot for only one quarter after dislodging Espoo, Finland- based Nokia earlier this year. Samsung, based in Suwon, South Korea, has turned to Google Inc. (GOOG)’s Android software to boost sales of its Galaxy smartphones and tablet computers.”

Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com