Asterisk VoIP News

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

PIKA Technologies Announces Support for Asterisk PBX

PIKA Technologies today announced that they have integrated PIKA's high-density analog computer plug-in boards with the open source Asterisk PBX, with the introduction of PIKA Connect for Asterisk. PIKA Connect for Asterisk is a software
layer, available free of charge and distributed under the GNU Public License (GPL), which allows interoperability between PIKA high-density analog boards (Daytona MM) and Asterisk PBX software.

"The Asterisk development community can now benefit from advanced features for fax and echo cancellation in high density analog applications, made possible by PIKA's DSP processing power on the board," stated Wojciech Tryc, Enterprise VoIP architect at PIKA Technologies. "Because of the native bridging for TDM calls, latency is nearly eliminated in this implementation. The solution is very reliable, as we have witnessed not only in the lab, but in live customer environments."

Asterisk developers can be up and running quickly with PIKA Connect for Asterisk and PIKA hardware. "For those familiar with using the Asterisk platform, no additional training is required. They can take advantage of the PIKA solution with minimal effort or investment," said PIKA Technologies, Wojciech Tryc.

For more information on PIKA Connect for Asterisk go to:
Pika Technologies Asterisk Info