Asterisk VoIP News

Monday, April 17, 2006

New URL: - Update Your Book Marks

Here is our new location:

Over the next week I will be moving the archives over and adding a feature two. I hope you enjoy the new look and layout. If you have any questions or comments please use the "Email Us" link at the new url.


Saturday, April 15, 2006

Asterisk VoIP News Update: We are Moving to a New Platform :)

Hello All,

I just wanted to drop a line to let everyone know that we will be moving the blog to a new platform that will add a bunch of features are give us more control of the design to help deliver all the news in a more developed way. The inital process is almost complete and once I have a few design issues hammered out I will post the new url for everyone so please update those BOOKMARKS(I check the logs :P) :) Here is a list of some of the new features we will be integrating:

-More Defined Categories for Asterisk Specific Topics (This will always be a sizable part of the core for this blog)
-More Categories covering: VoIP, Skype, VoIP Legislation, WiFi/WiMax Deployment and more.
-Archive Calendar Function and Robust Search to help people find archived info
-More Community Written Content and Help Articles
-Some cool plugins I haven't even found but I know is out there
-Maybe even a logo...(you never know?)

Well that's it for now. Once it's ready I will make a post to let everyone know and most likely move all the old archives to the new platform so people can search just one place. If you have any questions just hit the email link on the right and I'll try my best to answer them. Have a great day and I will be in touch soon. Now time for me to get back to editing my new CSS :)


Thursday, April 13, 2006

CANADA VoIP 911 Update - Executive Summary

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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

[Nerd Vittles] 100 Great Springtime Projects For You & Your Free Asterisk@Home PBX

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Skype Buys VoIP Startup Sonorit

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

AstriCon Update: Europe Early Bird Ends Saturday

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Trial Version of Asterisk Interface Available

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Monday, April 10, 2006

Spring is here :: Test the Asterisk SpringCollection 2006!

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Friday, April 07, 2006

Announcing Astmanproxy 1.20

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Integrics ITSP 1.6 released

Integrics is pleased to announce the release of ITSP version 1.6. This version has the following new features:

- Comes in 2 Editions:

* Carrier edition, for 250 to tens of thousands of users on hosted systems. Integrics sells this edition directly and through partners.

* Office edition, for 10 to 250 users. This edition is sold only through our partners, for them to sell as PBX systems at their customers' sites.

- Post-paid and external application billing, as well as the existing pre-paid billing.

- PDF invoices, including invoice management for both resellers and customers.

- Call shop interface.

- First version that can be installed by our partners rather than by Integrics staff. We'll be launching a formal partner and reseller programme in a few weeks; more details to follow.

- Many customer self sign up wizard improvements, such as credit card capture, click through terms and conditions which can be set by resellers, etc.

- Lots of smaller improvements based on customer feedback.

The demo system at:

Demo System

Running 1.6. Further information, including a feature list, is at:

Alistair Cunningham,
Integrics Ltd,
+44 20 799 39 799

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Why VoIP Needs Crypto

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From PBX to VoIP: Making the Change

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony Relevant Products/Services from , once a tool used primarily by uber techies, has matured into a viable and less-expensive alternative to the PBX systems used by businesses of all sizes. With VoIP, companies have the opportunity to discard the prepackaged offerings of traditional telecommunications and instead opt for a phone system that is customizable and highly adaptable.

According to a report released in January from the research firm Yankee Group, the VoIP market is expected to reach $3.3 billion in service revenue by 2010. The report said that businesses are favoring VoIP because the technology offers measurable savings, an excellent converged platform for voice and data, and improved ways to manage communications within the enterprise.

"Virtually all major carriers, systems integrators, and equipment vendors now offer different varieties of business VoIP services," said Taher Bouzayen, a senior analyst for telecommunication strategies at the Yankee Group. "And those that are not already exploring ways to capitalize on this revenue opportunity need to start now."

Even the U.S. military is contemplating a move to VoIP. Avaya, a VoIP vendor, recently announced that the Air Force is testing the technology with an eye toward deploying it for military communications in the field. According to Avaya client executive Vic Galante, the Air Force realized that it would have to turn to commercial technologies to save money.

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