Kamailio is the open source SIP proxy server formerly known as OpenSER. Used with an Asterisk IP PBX server for phone features, plus a hardware gateway for connection to the outside world, Kamailio brings important call handling and scalability benefits to Asterisk, while also removing the Asterisk server as a single point of failure. Larger organizations get the phone features they need, as well as the added safety of VoIP calls surviving an Asterisk server outage. Congratulations to the whole Kamailio.org development team from I6NET! About InfoWorld Bossie Awards Each year, InfoWorld’s Bossies (Best of Open Source Software awards) recognize the best open source software for business. The InfoWorld Test Center’s central mission has always been to identify the most promising and cost-effective products available to IT organizations. Increasingly, those products — from application development tools to platforms and infrastructure […]
Bye to California, we are now back to Europe after spending fantastic business days in San Francisco and San Jose during last Spring at VON.x congress 2008. Please find here our conference at OpenSER Summit 2008: http://www.slideshare.net/alwaysoncarl/sixto-ivan Thanks to OpenSER and Voice System for this great event!
March 17 – 20, 2008 Mcenery Conversion Center San José, CA The second OpenSER Summit will take place in San Jose, USA , on the 17th of March, 2008. This is the first US edition of the OpenSER Summit – following the European edition, a large segment of the OpenSER community have continouosly asked for an edition to address also the American community. The summit is again hosted inside the VoN Spring 2008 Exhibition, as a pre-conference event. This OpenSER Summit edition is sponsored by a parallel OpenSER related event, the OpenSER Pavilion . The pavilion is a common exhibiting area – booth 1027, inside VON.x expo, gathering, under the OpenSER name, five different companies OpenSER, VozTelecom, Tansnexus, LocalPhone, Voice-System and I6NET working or using the project. I6NET will show “IVR and IVVR IP/3G VoiceXML services integration for OpenSER platforms”. […]
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