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Sangoma: From Open Source to Unified Communications

I recently had a chance to speak with David Mandelstam at the Communications Developer Conference last month in Santa Clara, CA. Sangoma was one of the highlights at the show as the company had produced a few record quarters in...

Nortel on Open-Source Communications

Tony Rybczynski – affectionately known within Nortel as Tony Ryb is one of the top thought leaders in the communications space and has been with Nortel as long as I can remember. He has also been a TMC columnist...

Trixbox Buyer’s Club

Airlines have frequent flyer programs. Hotels have them. Credit cards have them. I am sure you were wondering why the open source communications community to date has not thought to also have a frequent buyer program. C’mon. Be honest. I...

Xcerion

XML Development – Full Steam Ahead   I am astounded at how the open source community thrives on mostly volunteer work from a loyal fan base. Asterisk is a great example of how the power of a private company, Digium...

Intel Investment in Fonality

I am a bit confused as I read the news on Tom’s blog about Fonality getting a cash infusion from Intel Capital. With this investment, Intel is investing in technologies such as telecom that encourage the use of Intel processors....

Pactolus

Many in the industry have told me how concerned they are about the open-source telecom movement and how the margins in the telecom business are being stripped out. But in the brave new world of the internet companies like Skype...

Leveraging Open Source Software for VoIP Development

Here is Gordon Ledger with Iperia educating the ITEXPO audience on open source IP communications development here in San Diego. Blogged via wireless handheld click Play button above to play video...

Open Source Communications and SIP come to Amazon.com

If you have any doubt about the future of open source communications consider it shattered as Amazon.com will soon be deploying 5,000 phones connected to the Pingtel ECS platform running on Linux. The relationship between Pingtel and Amazon.com started about...

Asterisk Training

Users have been clamoring for effective Asterisk training for quite some time. TMC has searched far and wide for the best Asterisk trainers to provide the best training to our conferees. While If you have been to any of TMC’s...

Sangoma News

Sangoma has made news the last few days with their support for PCI Express or PCIe line of cards based on its Advanced Flexible Telecommunications (AFT) family of cards. The company’s CEO David Mandelstam says the A108 card, which at...

More On Inveneo

Over a year ago I wrote about a company called Inveneo – a nonprofit producing a bicycle/solar powered VoIP system that can be used in villages where electricity and cell phones are not available. The bike runs on Asterisk and...

Oracle Open-Source

Om Malik points out that Oracle may have a killer open-source strategy. Open source is gaining momentum but until properly monetized how can a multi-billion dollar company make money from  what most consider to be free software? Of course supporting...

Asterisk Certification

Be sure to check out the Asterisk certification at Internet Telephony Conference & Expo next week. We are very proud to be expanding TMC University’s certifications into a new area. If you are interested in getting certification in open-source VoIP...

Top VoIP Investments/Trends

Reprinted from the January 2006 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine.Last year in response to many requests I started a Top 10 investments list in which I outlined some of the best investments for 2005. Here is an update on last...
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