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pbxnsip IP-PBX Review

pbxnsip is a Windows-based feature-rich IP-PBX which I recently tested for TMC Labs. It's going to be published in Internet Telephony Magazine, but I figured I'd give my blog readers a "sneak peek" at the review, because, well... I'm good...

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...

Pingtel and Voxbone interoperate

Pingtel, a provider of open source, Linux-based enterprise VoIP solutions, and Voxbone, a provider of international VoIP origination services will announce on Monday the completion of interoperability testing between their respective offerings. As a result of this certification, customers can...

Running into fellow VoIP bloggers and some VoIP news

I just arrived in sunny San Diego after a very turbulent JetBlue flight from JFK airport. Although it was a bumpy ride, the 37 channels of DirecTV certainly helped pass the 5hrs and 40 minutes away. After arriving at my...

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...

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....

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...

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...

Signate announces SigPRO scalable Asterisk solution

Today, at ITEXPO, Signate is announcing SigPRO. SigPRO is a a hosted telephony system for telephone service providers with 5,000 to 500,000 customer extensions that Signate claims "sets a new price/performance standard".I have heard various issues surrounding scalability issues...

Asterisk The Future of Telephony book

There's a new book on the popular open-source Asterisk IP-PBX phone system out, titled Asterisk : The Future of Telephony that you may be interested in. One of the coauthors stated, "Shortly after discovering Asterisk, I realized that this phenomenon...

WengoPhone new open-source soft phone

Wengo announced WengoPhone, an open source alternative  to Skype.and Google Talk. And no, this is NOT the open-source softphone I predicted last week and asked blog readers to guess the company planning to launch an open-source softphone. From their website:Wengo...

New open source SIP softphone coming

Robert Liu, yet another esteemed TMC news-hound has discovered a new open-source SIP softphone that is going to be released very soon. Robert has an interview with the company developing this new open-source VoIP softphone next week, so I am...

Earthlink Vling uses Pingtel soft phone

Earthlink Vling uses a new product developed in open-source by Pingtel. Earthlink is Pingtel's first customer for their open source SIP user agent called SIPxua which Earthlink is using to support its rollout of its hosted VoIP Vling service. Pingtel...

Google Talk supports SIP, what does Skype do now?

Now that Google has announced plans to support SIP in Google Talk and plans to "federate" with third-party providers including Sipphone's Gizmo Project and Earthlink's Vling, where does this leave Skype? Skype up to now has been able to...
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