Asterisk VoIP News

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

News: World's smallest VoIP PBX?

I got this email with a link to an article on Linux Devices. They seem to have Asterisk running on an embedded Linux distribution.


"A project to create an embedded Linux distribution around Asterisk, an open source PBX (private branch exchange) software package, is demonstrating a VoIP PBX system running on a tiny Gumstix SBC (single board computer) at the AstriCon trade show this week in Anaheim, Calif. The AstLinux project's demo may be the smallest PBX system ever created.

The AstLinux project was founded about a year ago by Kristian Kielhofner, a 21-year old hacker who runs KrisCompanies, a consulting firm based in Lake Geneva, Wis. The project aims to create a minimal embedded Linux distribution that makes it easy to install and experiment with Asterisk.

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