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Twofer Tuesday: Incredible PBX for RasPBX on BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi

Twofer Tuesday: Incredible PBX for RasPBX on BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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We never were big fans of unfinished projects. And with Festivus behind us and Christmas tomorrow, it seemed only fitting to celebrate with a Twofer Tuesday Encore. Whether you like ’em or hate ’em, Google’s free text-to-speech engine is a big deal. It’s as close to perfect as any commercial product you can buy. So getting it to work with the BeagleBone® Black was really important for those of us that believe the BeagleBone Black is a near perfect telephony… Read More ›

The Definitive VoIP Quick Start Guide: Introducing PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.5.0

The Definitive VoIP Quick Start Guide: Introducing PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.5.0

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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What a difference a year makes in the VoIP World! We now have a rock-solid, reliable Asterisk® 11 release and an equally stable FreePBX 2.11 on which to build state-of-the-art VoIP servers. If you’re new to the VoIP community, watch this video before you proceed. Now let us welcome you to the World of PBX in a Flash™. This is our best release ever whether you’re a total newbie or an experienced Asterisk developer. You can’t really appreciate what goes… Read More ›

The Perfect Stocking Stuffer: Incredible PBX for the Raspberry Pi Gets a Facelift

The Perfect Stocking Stuffer: Incredible PBX for the Raspberry Pi Gets a Facelift

Monday, December 2, 2013

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It’s been a wild ride with the $35 Raspberry Pi®. In late October, sales of the Raspberry Pi topped two million in less than two years. And, if you didn’t already know, the Raspberry Pi makes a near perfect platform for your very own VoIP PBX. It’s less than a ONE HOUR project! If you’re new to the party, imagine squeezing a 700 mHz ARM processor with 512MB of RAM, 2 USB ports, a 10/100 Ethernet port, an HDMI port,… Read More ›

Two Thumbs Up: A New Flash Drive Installer for PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.4.5

Two Thumbs Up: A New Flash Drive Installer for PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.4.5

Friday, November 22, 2013

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We can’t promise you free sushi, but… one of the key goals of the PBX in a Flash™ project always has been to provide an install option that works reliably with USB thumb drives. And today’s new PIAF thumb drive installer with CentOS 6.4 provides support for every current version of Asterisk® and FreePBX®. In addition, you can build and deploy standalone servers for FreeSwitch™, SugarCRM™, NeoRouter™ VPN, YATE, and OpenFire™ XMPP using our award-winning 32-bit and 64-bit PIAF™ ISOs.… Read More ›

The Definitive VoIP Quick Start Guide: Introducing PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.4.5

The Definitive VoIP Quick Start Guide: Introducing PBX in a Flash 2.0.6.4.5

Monday, October 28, 2013

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What a difference a year makes in the VoIP World! We now have a rock-solid, reliable Asterisk® 11 release and an equally stable FreePBX 2.11 on which to build state-of-the-art VoIP servers. If you’re new to the VoIP community, watch this video before you proceed. Now let us welcome you to the World of PBX in a Flash™. This is our best release ever whether you’re a total newbie or an experienced Asterisk developer. You can’t really appreciate what goes… Read More ›

The 5-Minute PBX: PIAF-Green Virtual Machine for Windows, Mac, or Linux

The 5-Minute PBX: PIAF-Green Virtual Machine for Windows, Mac, or Linux

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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In our never-ending trek to build the Perfect PBX™, we have a sneak peek for you today of the soon-to-be-released PBX in a Flash™ 2.0.6.4.5 featuring CentOS® 6.4 LAMP stack (32-bit), Asterisk® 11.5.1, and FreePBX® 2.11.0.11. The 2.0.6.4.5 release also has a number of new security patches including a new Linux kernel that’s been patched to eliminate the reported zero-day vulnerability. Once you download today’s appliance, you can have a turnkey PBX running under VirtualBox® on almost any desktop computer… Read More ›

AstriCon 10: WOW! What a Coming Out Party for Asterisk 12!

AstriCon 10: WOW! What a Coming Out Party for Asterisk 12!

Friday, October 11, 2013

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It was the tenth anniversary of AstriCon in Atlanta this week with an SRO crowd, and what a week it was. Comparing Asterisk® 12 to Asterisk 11 and previous iterations would be much like comparing Windows 8 to Windows 3.1. Facelift doesn’t begin to describe the metamorphosis. There’s a brand new (robust) SIP implementation featuring PJSIP, and a new restful interface known as ARI that lets you get at all of the Asterisk internals with a simple web command. You… Read More ›

Finally a 100% Portable PBX: Introducing GoIP, a SIP-GSM Gateway for Asterisk

Finally a 100% Portable PBX: Introducing GoIP, a SIP-GSM Gateway for Asterisk

Monday, September 30, 2013

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How far we have come! The original Asterisk® claim to fame was its ability to interface with proprietary phone systems and legacy telephony hardware, the glue that literally kept companies stuck to their overpriced PBXs. And, just as wired phone systems began to lose their edge, along came the Bell Sisters to introduce cellular communications with billing that began when the phone started ringing and an end to toll-free calling and extra fees for text messaging on top of exorbitantly… Read More ›