Opus Research is featuring I6NET in an article by Dan Miller entitled “Version of VXI* for Asterisk Now Runs in Amazon EC2 Cloud”. Here is a brief snippet: Earlier this month the the folks at i6Net Technologies showcased the release of a new version of its VXI* VoiceXML browser here. In a series of subsequent posts, the site offered pointers or suggestions regarding implementation of VXI* as a “plug in” for Asterisk-based IP-PBX’s including a set of virtual solutions where the browser is running in association with an instantiation of Asterisk 1.4 virtual PBX in Amazon’s EC2 (Elactic Compute Cloud) data centers […] Optimization of EC2 to boost the performance of Asterisk seems to have begun in earnest roughly a year ago. Adding speech-enabled IVR using i6net’s beta program for testing VXI based VoiceXML scripts in EC2 began the following […]
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