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Dell picks Fonality VoIP Phone System

I missed my early meeting today with Fonality CEO Chris Lyman about some blockbuster news he wanted to share being announced at ITEXPO. Fortunately, as administrator of the blog server I happened to be checking out Rich's blog entries to...

PIKA for Asterisk boards now trixbox CE compatible

Some great news for PIKA telephony board fans coming out of ITEXPO. PIKA for Asterisk boards are now trixbox CE (Asterisk-based IP-PBX) compatible. full story after the jump......

Hosted VoIP Packet Sniffing

Packet Island, Inc. today announced that they will demonstrate their latest SaaS-based sniffer product, PacketPro at TMC's ITEXPO conference in Miami. This SaaS-based product has the ability to provide managed service providers and IT outsourcing companies remote visibility to troubleshoot...

University of Cambridge claims largest IP telephony system

Score one for Cisco. They now claim that the University of Cambridge has become one of the largest if not the largest IP telephony system in the education sector. Cisco and BT announced the deployment in a multi-million pound deal...

trixbox CE 2.4 Released

trixbox CE 2.4 was recently released and features some major improvements. trixbox CE 2.4 features CentOS 5.1 as the base operating system and Asterisk 1.4 as the engine. These are two major improvements over prior releases. Fonality's Kerry Garrison writes,...

Asterisk Security Vulnerability in SIP Channel Driver

On December 26th, Grey VoIP reported a security hole in Asterisk - an Asterisk SIP Channel Driver BYE Message Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability. The vulnerability could allow a remote user to send a specially crafted BYE message using the...

Digium reaches 1 million download milestone

Digium, today announced the one millionth download of Asterisk in 2007. Digium's PR rep emailed me to say they have now completed its 24th consecutive quarter of growth and profitability this year. When I heard that number - 24 quarters,...

Nerd Vittles Delivers some Asterisk Christmas Goodies

Just last month, PBX in a Flash launched. Well, Nerd Vittles aka 'Santa Claus for Asterisk', has been busy in his workshop building and adding features to PBX in a Flash. Well Nerd Vittles has finally put on his Santa...

trixbo Pro updates

Kerry Garrison blogged about some major updates to trixbox Pro, and Asterisk-based IP-PBX. He also told me, "The highlights being the ability to take a phone right out of the box, plug it into your network and automatically provisions itself...

QueueMetrics launches new features

QueueMetrics is a popular call center monitoring application that works with the Asterisk IP-PBX and featuring over 150 quantitative metrics to see what is happening in your call center(s). Some of its main features include the ability to view a...

Sangoma Wins Frost & Sullivan Award

I'm a huge fan of Sangoma and their popular line of Asterisk-compatible analog and T1/E1 boards. They just plain work with no install hassles or IRQ issues. So it came as no surprise that Frost & Sullivan recently selected Sangoma...

PBX in a Flash Asterisk Distro Launches

Ward Mundy over at Nerd Vittles informs me that tomorrow Nerd Vittles will officially launch PBX in a Flash, a new Asterisk-based distribution that bundles in the best parts of Asterisk along with some cool third-party applications. PBX in a...

Digium launches Switchvox Free Edition

TMC's Greg Galitzine has the goods on Digium leveraging their Switchvox acquisition right out of the box by offering it for free. Damn, that was fast! Digium just acquired Switchvox at the end of September. Hmm, how did Greg find...

Astfin announces Asterisk Appliance based on Blackfin

We all know the benefits of Asterisk, an open source IP-PBX software solution - so wouldn't open source hardware for the Asterisk platform be a natural extension? Yes, it would and in fact Asterisk fans have been hard at...

Free IP-PBX!

Avaya is offering a free IP-PBX for SMBs that are looking for the latest and greatest in communications technology but can't afford it. Ok, it's not quite "free". It's free for the first 2 years via a 0% lease (no...

Microsoft OCS 2007 Review

Today is the big launch of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS 2007), the core of the Microsoft Unified Communications Strategy. OCS 2007 is a unified communications server that delivers enterprise instant messaging, audio, video- and web-conferencing, and enhanced voice...

trixbox training in London

Fonality is offering world-wide training sessions as part of their Fonality trixbox Open Communication Certification (FtOCC). The next class is being held in London, UK from October 9-11 at the Sheraton Skyline Heathrow Airport hotel. The offical name for the...

Digium Acquires Switchvox

Switchvox, a provider of Asterisk-based solutions, has been acquired by Digium, the founding company of the open source Asterisk software solution. This is the second recent acquisition since Digium also recently acquired Astricon. Switchvox, with 1400 Systems Installed and over...

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...

PIKA launches PIKA Appliance for Asterisk

PIKA Technologies Inc., today announced the release of its PIKA Appliance for Asterisk. The PIKA Appliance for Asterisk. According to PIKA, "This unit provides developers with an out-of-the-box embedded computer that allows them to deploy Asterisk with a rich set...

Internet Telephony Expo Recap - And SIP Trunking has Arrived!

I'm back from Internet Telephony Expo and thought I'd recap the show and offer my observations. First, the show was very well attended, especially the first day. A picture, or in this case, a video, is worth a thousand words,...

Trixbox training session resounding success

I happened to walk by the trixbox training session and was surprised to see it was still well attended considering it was at 2:20pm with less than 2 hours to go before IT EXPO officially ends. Kudos to the...

Selecting an open source VoIP solution for the SMB Market session

Just got out of moderating a session about selecting an open source VoIP solution for the SMB market. It was very well attended and the debate pretty lively. Here's who was in the IT Expo session: Chris Vuillaume, VP BusDev/Channel...

Skip2PBX, SIP-to-Skype Gateway, is here!

Today, Skip2PBX, an Italian-based company announced it is ready to launch its SIP-to-Skype gateway running on a PC running Linux. Mind you, this isn't the first claim of a SIP-to-Skype breakthrough, however, they claim to be the only Skype to...

Avaya #1 VoIP PBX Vendor?

I was too busy yesterday to blog this news, but thought it was still important enough to mention. Yesterday, I received an email stating that Avaya, a traditional PBX manufacturer had "widened its lead in worldwide enterprise Internet protocol (IP)...
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