Digium Wins InfoWorld ''Best of Open Source Software'' Award

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Digium Wins InfoWorld ''Best of Open Source Software'' Award

I missed Digium's announcement yesterday that its popular Asterisk VoIP telephony platform had won the InfoWorld "Best of Open Source Software" Bossie Award for 2007. According to the news release, Digium is the only open source VoIP provider to make the list.

"Asterisk is indeed taking the VoIP world by storm," said Mark Spencer, CTO and founder of Digium. "Receiving this industry recognition from IDG and InfoWorld is not only a win for Digium, but the entire open source telephony community as a whole. Digium is committed to taking Asterisk to even greater heights and developing new ways for businesses all over the world to experience cost savings and flexibility never before possible with proprietary VoIP solutions."

Digium's new office digsKudos to Mark Spencer and his team at Digium! Mark kicked off the Asterisk open source movement, so we owe him a lot of gratitude for the open source telephony industry he helped spawn, including the entire ecosystem of Asterisk-based products.

I still have to come down and check out Digium's new and improved office digs. Hopefully this time, I won't accidentally stroll into a restricted military base and nearly get arrested.

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