September 27, 2010

I6NET Keynote: Flash Communications over Asterisk

We are please to announce our next keynote at SIMO 2010 – VOIP2DAY event. Borja Sixto our CTO and cofounder will unveil our latest innovations on voice & video over IP technologies for IVR/IVVR. Trends are changing and it’s time for videocalls over the web, Flash /RTMP makes now easier Web and Telephony convergence. Join us at VOIP2DAY: Date: Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 at 12:00 AM Location: IFEMA SIMO 2010, Madrid – Spain (map) Where: Hall 10, Stand 10B / 10C Conference: Flash Communications over Asterisk Speaker: Borja Sixto
August 23, 2010

Netfors: SS7 Channel for Asterisk

The Netfors version of Chan SS7 for Asterisk is in active development. Netfors offers a Free and Premium version of Chan SS7 that include commercial support. Compatible with Asterisk 1.2.x, 1.4.x and 1.6.x. and VXI* VoiceXML browser last releases. Dahdi/Zaptel compatible digital interfaces: Redfone Sangoma Digium Openvox Main features: MTP2 (Q.703) implementation MTP3 (Q.704) implementation (subset). ISUP (Q.76x) implementation (mostly complete). Facilities for protocol analysis using e.g. wireshark Supports high call volumes Supports multiple linksets with different OPCs and DPCs Supports linksets with multiple links Supports load sharing and MTP changeover Supports multiple hosts (cluster) configuration with load sharing and failover Flexible Dial command syntax to allow routing to different linksets Source:
August 5, 2010

Asterisk Video Resources

“Asterisk Video Resources” page on the site contains about 40 videos. Some are tutorials, others are background material. A very good video collection to learn more about Asterisk! Link:
June 6, 2010

XeniaLab: Monza 2010 Training beyond Asterisk and VXI*

We are very please to share some pictures from our partner XeniaLab Training at Monza – Italy. Thanks to Diego and all XeniaLab’s team for this great event about Unified Communications over Asterisk, OpenSIPS, VXI* (VoiceXML, ASR, …), WebPhones…etc More: XeniaLab Unified Collaboration Communication Monza 2010
January 25, 2010

Digium CEO Danny Windham talking about Asterisk Exchange

At this week’s AsteriskWorld conference, Digium has officially launched AsteriskExchange — the online marketplace that allows customers and channel partners to piece together solutions involving Asterisk (the open source IP PBX). Asterisk Exchange will expand the ecosystem for alternative VoIP and unified communication solutions. Here’s the scoop, including a FastChat video with Digium CEO Danny Windham. Source:
January 23, 2010

Yahoo’s Challenges Deploying Asterisk for its Corporate Telephony

At ITEXPO, Jeremy Wadhams, Yahoo’s IP Communications Architect revealed not only that Yahoo! has deployed Asterisk corporate-wide, but the challenges he faced in adopting Asterisk throughout the organization, including several Yahoo! branch offices , several acquisitions of other companies, including Dialpad & Overture, as well as the usual corporate culture and politics to contend with. Jeremy demonstrated Yahoo!’s interesting custom web application which integrates their flavor of Asterisk with web-based email & voicemail, corporate directory, as well as the ability for users to reset their voicemail PINs themselves – the bane of every IT administrator’s existence. Currently, many others big companies are already using or deploying Asterisk systems to solve communication’s technologies integration or replace traditional telephony platforms. Today’s choice of Asterisk as Yahoo’s Corporate Telephony Solution is only a first step for many others. Sources: Tom Keating Blog – […]
January 21, 2010

Digium launches AsteriskExchange, the online Marketplace for all things Asterisk

AsteriskExchange™ is the online marketplace for products built on or integrated with Asterisk. We are please to announce that our VXI* VoiceXML browser is today part of this new online ecosystem. AsteriskExchange™ is the premier marketplace for all things Asterisk. With thousands of new downloads per day, millions of deployments worldwide, and a community of 65,000 members, the acceptance and growth of Asterisk has spawned an ecosystem of developers, integrators, resellers, service providers and manufacturers in more than 170 countries around the world. AsteriskExchange capitalizes on the popularity of Asterisk, helping ecosystem participants to market their products to the growing Asterisk community. More information:
January 9, 2010

Six steps to build your VoiceXML based IVR / IVVR

Build your VoiceXML 2.0+ standards-based IVR / IVVR require some common hardware, Asterisk the Open Source Telephony Project as phone operating system and our VXI* software suite. All components are packaged for a quick setup and system maintenance. More information:
January 7, 2010

Digium CTO Mark Spencer at Astricon 2009

Mark Spencer answering some questions about new Digium’s annoucements about AsteriskExchange, AsteriskForge and updates at past Astricon 2009. Watch Digium CTO Mark Spencer at Astricon 2009 in Tech & Gaming |  View More Free Videos Online at
December 5, 2009

Asterisk’s facts and figures in 2009

Asterisk®, the Open Source Telephony Project adoption has grown dramatically this year; a proof of this adoption is several key metrics: *    1,540,000 downloads in 2008 *    1.03M downloads 1st half 2009 *    63,000 active participants on forums *    28,500 topics *    92,000 posts *    17,700 on active Asterisk mailing lists *    7,248 on Asterisk Bug Tracker *    820 active contributors *    2,000 new code commits in 2009 *    More than 200 service providers worldwide using Asterisk More information at Asterisk’s Blog: