The Asterisk Development Team is pleased to announce the release of DAHDI-Linux 184.108.40.206 and DAHDI-Tools 220.127.116.11.
18.104.22.168 is a bug fix release. It is recommended that current users of v2.5.0 upgrade.
MARKHAM, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 22, 2011) - Sangoma Technologies Corporation (TSX VENTURE:STC), a leading provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP Communications Systems for both voice and data, announced it has acquired the key assets of the VegaStream Group of Companies, a leading UK-based developer of VOIP gateway appliances.
The business operations of VegaStream will be quickly integrated into Sangoma's, with VegaStream staff being welcomed as part of the respective Sangoma teams, the majority being in R&D and Sales and Marketing. The VegaStream products will become part of the Sangoma portfolio with customers rapidly benefiting from Sangoma's reputation for efficient supply chain management and quick turnaround of customer orders.
[posted on i6net.com] We are going to talk more about video capabilities of an IVVR based on VXI* and how important it is to get a platform interoperable with a large number of video channels and protocols. Today, video applications are becoming more and more significant for social medias and advanced communications services. It’s not only a new Technology Trend, video is a killer feature to build amazing services for businesses.
Today, there’s 6 major key factors to consider:
1.Users are demanding more multimedia interactions and realtime video
2.All new smartphones, tablets, netbooks, laptops,… are video-ready with front cams
3.Social medias are changing people’s and consumer behavior and expectations
4.Videocalls add new ways to sell, negotiate, support, promote, advice, hire…
5.IP Networks are ready for a Video Services Revolution within communications
6.Big Internet players like Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft are adding new video services
[posted on sinologic.net ] Mavilla is an application of open source GPLv3 license written in C + + and QT libraries used to build the user interface. It is a small notebook that also allows us to have our contacts saved in a local database, make calls from our IP phone without dialing the number, simply double click on our contacts.
It also displays incoming call information. All this using the Asterisk IP telephony server, Apache web server engine and MySQL Database. In our download section you can get the source code.
Once the executable we just have to prepare our dialplan to connect with customers (for example):
DAHDI-Linux and DAHDI-Tools version 2.5.0
DAHDI-Linux 2.5.0, DAHDI-Tools 2.5.0 and DAHDI-Linux-Complete
2.5.0+2.5.0 are available for immediate download at:
2.5.0 is a feature release and builds against kernels from 2.6.9 up to
and including 3.0. Some of the more notable changes from the 2.4.0