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Deploying WebRTC with Incredible PBX for Wazo

Deploying WebRTC with Incredible PBX for Wazo

Saturday, January 21, 2017

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We continue our open source adventure with Wazo today by introducing Sylvain Boily’s latest masterpiece, WebRTC for Wazo. What started as a simple experiment has now become a full-featured WebRTC implementation that rivals any of the commercial alternatives. Did we mention it’s FREE! Better still, when you install the latest release of Incredible PBX for Wazo with all of its modules, the key components to support WebRTC are already in place thanks to Wazo Snapshots. If you have an earlier… Read More ›

The Loneliest Number: One Remaining Open Source Distro for Asterisk 14

The Loneliest Number: One Remaining Open Source Distro for Asterisk 14

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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With Asterisk® World just around the corner, this may come as a surprise to some of you. The Asterisk community that has championed open source software development for the past decade now has only one open source distro still standing. All the rest have morphed into closed source or commercial products. Can you guess which one is still carrying the Asterisk 14 open source banner? AsteriskNOW®? Nope. The FreePBX Distro®? Nope. Ombutel™? Nope. PBX in a Flash™? Nope. Elastix™? Nope.… Read More ›

It’s Soup: The Definitive Quick Start Guide to Wazo 17.01

It’s Soup: The Definitive Quick Start Guide to Wazo 17.01

Friday, January 13, 2017

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Today we’re pleased to introduce Wazo 17.01, the latest iteration in the Wazo fork of XiVO. Twelve years in the making with the same development team, Wazo 17.01 is really something special. And all of your favorite Incredible PBX add-ons are ready as well. What follows is a new soup-to-nuts tutorial covering everything you need to know to get started with Incredible PBX for Wazo 17.01. If you’ve been following along in our XiVO adventure with Incredible PBX last year,… Read More ›

If It Walks Like a Duck and Quacks Like a Duck, Guess What?

If It Walks Like a Duck and Quacks Like a Duck, Guess What?

Monday, December 12, 2016

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WOW! When we started our 2016, The Year of (real) VoIP Choice series, little did we know everything that was about to unfold. It’s been an interesting last few months in the VoIP community with the introduction of PIAF5 and Elastix 5.0 and Ombutel and ThirdLane and this week’s XiVO fork to Wazo. But, stay calm. There is a bright light at the end of this tunnel. You now have MORE FREE VoIP PBX CHOICES than ever before. And every… Read More ›

Siriously: It’s Wolfram Alpha for XiVO and Wazo

Siriously: It’s Wolfram Alpha for XiVO and Wazo

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

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Ever wished your Asterisk® server could harness the power of a 10,000 CPU Supercomputer to answer virtually any question you can dream up about the world we live in? Well, so long as it’s for non-commercial use, today’s your lucky day. Apple demonstrated with Siri™ just how amazing this technology could be by coupling Wolfram Alpha® to a speech-to-text engine on the iPhone about 5 years ago. And, thanks to Google’s new speech transcription engine and Wolfram Alpha’s API, you… Read More ›

2016, The Year of VoIP Choice: Meet Wazo and XiVO 16.15

2016, The Year of VoIP Choice: Meet Wazo and XiVO 16.15

Monday, November 28, 2016

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UPDATE: Wazo 17.01 has been officially released. The complete tutorial is available here. And you thought the excitement was over for 2016. Well, not so fast. The core development team at XiVO has now forked the project so this will be the last XiVO-branded release until Wazo 16.16 hits the street. Nothing has changed except the name and a boatload of new features with more to come including a new GUI interface a little further down the road. And you’ll… Read More ›

2016, The Year of VoIP Choice: Introducing Ombutel

2016, The Year of VoIP Choice: Introducing Ombutel

Monday, November 21, 2016

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Today we’re pleased to introduce our last (but not least) Unified Communications platform for 2016. Meet Ombutel, a terrific new GUI-based Asterisk® aggregation that was developed jointly by Telesoft and Xorcom, two familiar faces in the Asterisk community. We racked our brain trying to come up with a simple way to explain all of the things that Ombutel can do. We finally concluded “a picture [really] is worth a thousand words!” Here’s some additional background on the Ombutel project: As… Read More ›

Santa’s Secret: Deploying Google Pixel as a Free VoIP Phone

Santa’s Secret: Deploying Google Pixel as a Free VoIP Phone

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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Nov. 21 UPDATE: As rumored, RingPlus has now announced the termination of ALL existing plans. Details here. NEWS FLASH: We interrupt our normal editorial schedule to bring you this update. Many of our readers joined us in embracing RingPlus cellular service with the promise of free monthly calling in exchange for a modest upfront contribution. As with almost every something-for-nothing deal, it looks as if the death spiral may have begun with the abrupt termination of more than a dozen… Read More ›