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Raspberry Pi One-Minute Wonder: A Turnkey and Truly Incredible PBX for XiVO

Raspberry Pi One-Minute Wonder: A Turnkey and Truly Incredible PBX for XiVO

Monday, August 29, 2016

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Hard to believe it’s been 4½ years since the introduction of the original Raspberry Pi®. We love half-birthdays, and we’ve got a blockbuster gift for you today as we celebrate the fact that almost 10 million RasPi’s have been shipped. Yes, our love affair with the Raspberry Pi lives on. The sensational Raspberry Pi 3 sports a 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU with ten times the performance of the original Raspberry Pi. Of particular interest to the VoIP community… Read More ›

The Last Sunset: Saying Goodbye to Google TTS… Hello Pico TTS

The Last Sunset: Saying Goodbye to Google TTS… Hello Pico TTS

Monday, January 11, 2016

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Despite the heroic efforts of Lefteris Zafiris to keep GoogleTTS afloat for use with Asterisk®, Google has made it increasingly clear that they intend to blow everyone’s apps out of the water (except theirs) if you choose to use their text to speech engine, even in open source, non-commercial products. As much as we’ve loved the voice quality and Google’s previous generosity in sharing their work product with the open source community, there comes a time when the mud wrestling… Read More ›

VoIP Hardware Deal of the Year: Meet the $20 Pogoplug 4 with Incredible PBX

VoIP Hardware Deal of the Year: Meet the $20 Pogoplug 4 with Incredible PBX

Monday, September 8, 2014

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This week’s project is not for mere mortals. It’s for techies that also happen to be cheapskates frugal. You may recall the Pogoplug from yesteryear. Well, the Pogoplug 4 still is around and can be yours for under $20 with free 2-day shipping if you’re an Amazon Prime member. But the clock is ticking on these bad boys. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.1 UPDATE: There’s more good news. Now the cost with the Pogoplug Backup & Sharing model is just… Read More ›

Introducing Incredible Pi: $35 for Asterisk, FreePBX & Google Voice Utopia

Introducing Incredible Pi: $35 for Asterisk, FreePBX & Google Voice Utopia

Monday, August 20, 2012

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It’s Back-to-School Time in most of the United States, and the Nerd Vittles crew needed a good fall project to distract us from all of this year’s dreadful politicians. We feel like a kid in a candy store with our new $35 Raspberry Pi® Model B. Imagine squeezing a 700 mHz ARM processor with 256MB of RAM, 2 USB ports, a 10/100 Ethernet port,if an HDMI port, composite video, a separate audio jack, an SDHC card slot, and a micro… Read More ›

Speech-to-Text Directory Assistance Comes to Asterisk

Speech-to-Text Directory Assistance Comes to Asterisk

Monday, January 30, 2012

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Ever wished for your own directory assistance service where you could speak the name of a person or company to call and have Asterisk do the rest? Well, today’s your lucky day!

Siriously: It’s Wolfram Alpha for Asterisk

Siriously: It’s Wolfram Alpha for Asterisk

Monday, January 16, 2012

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Move over Siri! Today we’ll show you how to harness the power of a 10,000 CPU supercomputer to answer just about any question you can think up. And it’s all brought to you courtesy of Asterisk and your nearest telephone.

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Monday, January 17, 2011

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It’s VoIP Virtualization Day at Nerd Vittles and today we introduce two new versions of Incredible PBX which have been customized for the OpenVZ and Cloud Computing platforms.

5 Steps to Paradise: It’s Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8

5 Steps to Paradise: It’s Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8

Friday, December 10, 2010

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Today we are pleased to introduce the revolutionary new Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8 featuring instantaneous (and free) Google Voice calling in the U.S. and Canada via Gtalk. An intermediate provider is no longer required. All of the Nerd Vittles TTS apps now work reliably as well. And you get dozens of terrific new Asterisk 1.8.0 features.