Bootable Flash Drive creates 15-Minute Turnkey Asterisk Installs on Atom-based processors

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Bootable Flash Drive creates 15-Minute Turnkey Asterisk Installs on Atom-based processors

pbx-in-a-flash-on-bootable-flash-drive.jpgHow'd you like a bootable USB flash drive which can create turnkey, full-featured Asterisk PBX systems in 15 minutes or less? Nerd Vittles has a recipe specially designed for the new Atom-based motherboards found in most netbooks. Nerd says it also works just fine with Dell's PowerEdge T100 servers.

He writes how this is perfect for on-site demos:

For those that demo systems for a living, no one will touch this presentation. Just show up at a customer site with a $300 Acer Aspire One NetBook and an Aastra 57i business phone. While the customer watches the Atomic Flash build a new PBX in a Flash server from the ruins of a Windows XP clunker, you can connect and configure the 57i and explain how simple VoIP networks can be.

When you finish your 10-minute slide show, your system will be operational. Dial any 800 number from your Aastra phone, and presto... instant, flawless communications!

Check out the article.


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