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Gizmo Brings Free Calls to Small Businesses

Gizmo, created by SIPphone is one of my favorite VoIP clients and not just because they have one of the prettiest & slickest looking interfaces. Nope, Gizmo has some of the best features in any softphone client you will find...

Asterisk 1.4 unveiled

Digium Inc., the Asterisk company, today announced Asterisk 1.4. According to Digium, the new version isn't available for download until October however. Although I know Mark Spencer, I have no inside information, however, my guess is that Asterisk will launch...

Fonality PBXtra the world's largest commercial Asterisk deployment

Chris Lyman, my pal over at Fonality (and their Founder/CEO) told me that Fonality will soon announce its position as "the world's largest commercial Asterisk deployment." Them's some mighty BIG claims!  But I have no doubts it's true. Well, maybe...

Windows-based open source Yate IP-PBX launches stable version

Yate is an open-source IP-PBX solution similiar to the open-source Asterisk solution, but unlike Asterisk which is primarily run on Linux, Yate was wrriten in C++ and therefore can be compiled to run both on Windows and Linux. I wrote...

Asterisk Receives VC Funding

On Wednesday, Digium, founder of the open-source Asterisk IP-PBX will announce its first round of VC funding – receiving $13.8 million from Matrix Partners. Matrix Partners was JBoss' initial investor, also an open-source solution - a Java application server. Matrix's...

Another IP-PBX company bites the dust?

After the news that Zultsys was going out of business, only to hear that they are being resurrected, word from two sources is that a well-known IP-PBX company may be on its last legs. I don't want to disclose who...

I'd like a pizza with pepperoni and a sprinkle of VoIP and some GPS too

Recently, I received an email from a pizza delivery solutions provider seeking my assistance in an interesting application that involves VoIP, GPS coordinates, Bluetooth, and of course pizza. This is not the first time I have linked pizza with VoIP....

Microsoft and Nortel to co-develop IP-PBX

Microsoft and Nortel announced an alliance as part of Microsoft's overall unified communications push. Nortel said it expects more than $1 billion in new revenue over the life of the four-year pact, under which the companies will work together on...

Inc.com Names Mark Spencer to 30 Under 30: America's Coolest Young Entrepreneurs

Tom Keating & Asterisk-guru & Digum President Mark Spencer Digium, creator of Asterisk and pioneer of open source telephony, today announced that Mark Spencer, president of Digium, has been named to Inc.com's "30 Under 30: America's Coolest Young Entrepreneurs"....

Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007

On May 30th 2006, I speculated that Windows Live Meeting 2006 was coming - the next version after Windows Live Meeting 2005. I was close -- Microsoft actually "skipped a year" and released Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, a unified communications...

HUDLite for Asterisk Launches

Fonality today announced the immediate availability of HUDlite, a free application for Asterisk that provides businesses with a real-time call control and presence management platform, along with other features such as chat/IM and call recording. Based on HUDPro (paid version),...

Security Flaws In Asterix PBX, IAX VoIP Client

From Yahoo News:Open source IP PBX application Asterisk PBX and the open source IAX VoIP client contain serious security vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to assault VoIP networks with denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, says Core Security Technologies, a security company that...

Trixbox founder responds

Both Chris Lyman, CEO of Fonality, and Andrew Gillis, the founder of Asterisk@Home - now Trixbox, responded to my previous post pondering the relationship between Trixbox and Fonality. Long story short, it looks like the open-source Trixbox project is safe...

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...

Gizmo supports Asterisk

Some great news from SIPPhone, developers of the Gizmo Project announcing support for the open-source Asterisk PBX... The "Asterisk economy" continues to grow by leaps and bounds.check it out:SIPPhone today announced the delivery of Gizmo Project 2.0, highlighted by its...

Fonality, an Asterisk solution passes 20 million calls

Some great news from Fonality, an Asterisk-based IP-PBX that earned a very positive review by TMC Labs in the April issue of Internet Telephony Magazine. Last time I checked, they were at 4 million calls last July. Some nice growth...

Sangoma announces high-density 8 T1/E1 port card

Sangoma announced their A108 card which they claim provides the industry's highest density T1/E1 card for voice and data. Sangoma's cards work well on the Asterisk platform, as seen by my test drive of their hardware.Here's the news they are...

Asterisk Flite text-to-speech program

Nerd Vittles has an excellent post on a new text-to-speech add-on for Asterisk called Flite that can read text in a MySQL database to a caller. While there already existed the Festival TTS, there were reports of performance problems when...

Asterisk forms Advisory Council

Looks like Asterisk's growth has resulted in the formation of the Asterisk Advisory Council. Somehow when I think of open-source I don't think of a "centralized" council. Isn't the whole point of the open-source model to allow for distributed input...

Open-source VoIP softswitch speaks GoogleTalk

Freeswitch, an open-source softswitch started earlier this year, leverages open-source software libraries and has recently added support for Google Talk. The codebase now includes Jingle (Jabber XMPP Voice) support with the addition of libDingaLing and mod_dingaling libraries. Jingle is an...

Iotum integrates with Asterisk

Iotum, winner of Internet Telephony’s Product of the Year Award and DEMOgod at DEMO 2006 has announced today the beta availability of the iotum relevance engine integration with the popular open-source Asterisk IP-PBX.iotum's Asterisk integration module connects its call management...

Digium Wildcard TDM2400 24 port analog card launches

Digium announced the Digium Wildcard TDM2400 which they claim provides the highest analog density available (24 ports) in a PCI card. Well, are they truly the highest analog density? Sangoma, their main competitor also offers a 24-port analog PCI card....

AsteriskBlog offers Asterisk classes

Chris over at AsteriskBlog is working on providing some free beginner's Asterisk classes in South Carolina at a local library. He told me, "I think it could be a great advent to the community here, at least for those interested...

GDS Voice Conferencing Solution for Asterisk

Today GDS released GDS Voice Conferencing Solution for the Asterisk platform. GDS Voice Conferencing is a feature-rich enterprise voice conferencing solution built on top of native Asterisk MeetMe application. Amazing how many third-party companies are now developing applications for Asterisk....

Fonality HUD call management application launches

Fonality HUD softphone call managment application launched today, a userfriendly softphone call management application with presence information for specified extensions giving every user attendant console-type capabilities. Chris Lyman, Fonality CEO actually gave me a heads-up on HUD (Heads Up Display)...
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