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Digium - The Showstopper!

Seems like Digium, makers of the Linux-based open source Asterisk IP-PBX, draws a huge crowd at every tradeshow, every keynote, and every exhibit booth. I remember the last ITEXPO they were demoing their new AsteriskNOW in the booth using a...

Fonality's trixbox appliance Part 2

Fonality's release of their Linux-based trixbox appliance certainly is creating some buzz in the Asterisk community. According to Fonality, the trixbox appliance has the following features: The appliance comes with a 4-port network card, so (just like the Digium appliance)...

Fonality launches Asterisk-based trixbox Appliance

Fonality announced a new enterprise telephony appliance based on trixbox, a popular distribution of Asterisk and aptly named "trixbox appliance". If an Asterisk-based appliance sounds familiar, you would be correct. Digium has their own Asterisk appliance as well. Are Asterisk-based...

Digium podcast of Mark Spencer's new role

Mark Spencer, founder of the Asterisk movement, lead off the conference call by saying, "Today is one of the most exciting days in the history of the company." Them's some mighty big words! Mark explained that this came about while...

speaQ SIP softphone for Mobile Phones

speaQ is a new softphone application designed to make VoIP calls using WiFi or EVDO on mobile devices. Created by QTech, Inc., they claim it was designed from the start for smartphones and PDAs, which have limited processing power. It...

Fonality acquires trixbox

Fonality will announce tomorrow that they have acquired trixbox, formerly known as Asterisk@Home, and the the world's largest Asterisk-based community. Trixbox is a turn-key, bootable .iso CD image that can turn a PC with no OS into an Asterisk server...

Firefox VoIP extension

Seems like everyone and his brother is developing VoIP extensions for Firefox. I wrote about Zoep which adds a VoIP extension to Firefox. It appears that Zoep's website is no longer available, so that project may have been killed. Openwengo...

Paragon hipi dual-mode GSM phone

Paragon Wireless released the world first commercial GSM/VoWLAN dual-mode smart phone, hipi, in March 2006 and was my pick to be a winner in this years' TMC Labs Innovation Awards. With a tri-band GSM/GPRS (Class 10) radio and an IEEE...

Skype for Linux 1.3 beta news

There is a new release of Skype for Linux v1.3 (in beta) that was announced today. It's been awhile since Skype released a new version for the Linux operating system (last year in fact). One of the highlighted features includes...

Trixbox 1.0 replaces Asterisk@Home

Apparently, development on Asterisk@Home, the "turnkey" Asterisk solution with many third-party add-ons pre-installed has ended. However, the developers have created a new product called Trixbox. Just like Asterisk@Home, Trixbox is a complete Asterisk PBX including, a Linux OS, Asterisk PBX...

Asterisk Business Edition B.1 Released

Digium today announced a major upgrade of its Asterisk Business Edition, the professional-grade version of Asterisk. Called Asterisk Business Edition B.1, the upgraded release includes enhanced security and scalability provided by Ranch Network's Asterisk security code, speech recognition capabilities through...

Installing and Upgrading to Movable Type 3.2

I've spent the past two weeks installing and upgrading Movable Type on a test server before actual deployment. The pre-upgrade installation was Movable Type v2.661 and it ran on Windows IIS 6.0 with ActivePerl. The plans for the post-upgrade were...

Fedora Core 5 is out

I had no idea Fedora Core 5 was out. I downloaded Fedora Core 5 test2 like 3 weeks ago and played around with the beta. Was thinking about living dangerously and using the beta version for the migration of TMC's...

Asterikast video podcasts to teach you Asterisk

Asterikast is a podcast that teaches and explains about the VoIP-capable Asterisk PBX by Digium. According to Asterikast, "We also plan on having videos that can help step you through the process of setting up your very own Asterisk PBX."They...

Asterisk and Ranch Networks make Asterisk secure and more scalable

Today at Internet Telephony Conference & Expo, Digium and Ranch Networks have announced that they are teaming up to make Asterisk a secure and scalable VoIP solution. I have a meeting with Mark Spencer, Mr. Asterisk himself at 4pm today...

Philips VP5500 WiFi VoIP phone launches

The Philips VP5500 WiFi VoIP phone was announced way back in September 2005 and it was finally launched today in the Netherlands of all places. No offense Netherlands, but how come you get first dibs on this cool phone? :(...

Mandriva Linux to support Skype

Skype and Mandriva (publisher of Mandriva Linux operating system) today announced that Skype will come included with the Mandriva Linux distro. According to Candace Locklear over at SparkPR, "Mandriva's Linux 2006 is the first and only Linux operating system to...

PalmSource joins Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum

Some news from PalmSource, about them joining a forum that is trying to "standardize" Linux components and APIs that run on mobile phone devices. The reason why Microsoft has been making such strong in-roads in the mobile phone market arena...

Linux softphones reviewed

Linux.com took a look at four Linux VoIP softphone clients and did some comparative analysis. The Linux softphones included Kiax, Linphone, Twinkle, and CounterPath's X-Lite. Three of the four softphones use the standard SIP protocol with Kiax being the one...

Microsoft turns 30

Wow, Microsoft turns 30 tomorrow. Happy 30th Microsoft! This is a perfect time to reflect on how far Microsoft has (or has not) come in the computing world. Of course, I'm sure Mac and Linux users will commememorate tomorrow as...

Asterisk Business Edition New Version

Interesting news from Asterisk...They've released a new version of Asterisk Business Edition     Asterisk Business EditionA New Professional-grade Version of the Asterisk PBX Software Suite!Available now!Digium, the leader in open source telephony, is now shipping the new Asterisk Business Edition™, a...

Linux Booming in Telecom

Some news to share about Linux in telecom. Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a global consortium dedicated to accelerating the adoption of Linux in the enterprise, today announced it has published its Carrier Grade Linux requirements definition version 3.1 (CGL...

Linux Embedded DVR

George Tang Industrial Corporation GDV-08 DVR George Tang Industrial Corporation introduced the GDV-08, its latest 8-channel DVR with built-in LAN and CD-RW. The Linux-embedded unit is bundled with Software Watchdog and realtime MPEG-4 compression. 8 channels? Now this is...

3Com builds Linux VoIP switch

Check out this news, 3Com builds Linux VoIP switch: Techworld.com - 3Com builds Linux VoIP switch Nice to see 3Com is staying the course with VoIP. They've been a little quiet with announcements lately, especially regarding their SME 3Com NBX-100...
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