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Asterisk PBX Software Pioneer Digium Acquired for $28 Million
Sangoma Technologies Corp. (STC) has acquired unified communications, phone system and open source PBX pioneer Digium. The deal, valued at $28 million, is expected to close this month. The combined companies will have about 300 employees.

Use your cell phone as a WiFi VOIP phone
In our office we run an Asterisk PBX system which has served us well for years. The system is simply a linux server connected to our network which manages our phone calls internally and communicates with a VOIP provider to connect to the outside world.

Build Your Own PBX With Asterisk and Linux
DIY with Asterisk · Asterisk PBX: Open Source VoIP Branches Out. Personally I'd recommend taking an Asterisk Fast Start course to get you up and running, but if you fancy trying out Asterisk in the lab to see if it might be suitable for your ...


Breathe New Life Into Payphones with Asterisk
[hharte] has been working to make these old payphones useful again with some custom hardware and software. The project intends to be an interface between a payphone and an Asterisk PBX system. On the hardware side, the controller board is capable of ...


Respoke Launches Its WebRTC-Based Platform For Voice, Video And Text Chat Apps
Digium, the company behind the popular open source Asterisk PBX software, today announced the official launch of Respoke, its WebRTC service backend for developers. Respoke joins a number of similar services like Bistri and Telefonica's TokBox that ...

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Bypassing Broken SIP ALG Implementations
[Stephen] was trying to route SIP traffic from a phone to an Asterisk PBX system behind the router. The router just couldn't properly handle these packets regardless of whether SIP ALG was enabled or disabled. [Stephen] first tried to change the SIP ...

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How I Deal With SEO Outsourcing Calls
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Lenny is an Asterisk PBX based IVR that basically deals with these calls in an automated fashion. You can learn more about it at but we basically integrated it into our PBX and now when we get these unwanted calls, we transfer them to Lenny.

Automate your home with openHAB
Networkable UPS units, an Asterisk PBX, CalDAV, an assortment of projectors and other multimedia devices, Philips HUE, Wemo, Plex, Z-Wave devices, and a whole lot more—it's all modular. You set up the bindings and application integrations you want, ...

Asterisk PBX kisvállalati környezetben - beállítás
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Üdv! Egyelőre csak körbenéznék a témában. Asterisk-et nem sokat üzemeltettem élesben (FXO kártyával működött egy hagyományos telefonvonallal). Most egy olyan érdekelne, hogy ha a fővonal VoIP-on jönne - tehát nem hagyományos analóg telefon ...

Part 2: Asterisk in a Cloud
In Part 2, we'll cover all the steps necessary in getting the open-source Asterisk PBX to work on […] Using Asterisk On Amazon's EC2 Service says: February 13, 2009 at 8:34 am. […] Using Asterisk On Amazon's EC2 Service Part 2, in which Eric provides ...

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