With the advent of cloud-based computing and desktop virtual machine platforms like VirtualBox, we haven’t played with dedicated hardware for Asterisk® in a couple of years. WOW! It’s just amazing the quantum leaps in miniaturization, price, and performance that have transpired during our absence. Last week, we introduced a dedicated server platform for under $200 that could serve as a small business PBX for almost any 20-30 person organization. Today, meet Big Brother. You’re looking at all the components that… Read More ›
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Today we’re paying another visit to our favorite virtual machine platform and introducing four new VoIP images that let you compare features and performance of Asterisk® 11 running atop Ubuntu® 14 or Scientific Linux™ 6.5 with FreePBX® 2.11 or the just-released version 12 release candidate. Think of Incredible PBX™ as the VoIP glue stick that assembles all the necessary VoIP components and holds them together seamlessly. As with all Incredible PBX builds, you also get the full complement of goodies… Read More ›
Introducing PIAF2-OpenVZ: Build PIAF2-Purple OpenVZ virtual machines in one minute flat using our latest OpenVZ template: Asterisk 1.8.8, FreePBX 2.9, Google Voice GUI, EndPoint Manager, CallerID Superfecta, AsteriDex, Telephone Reminders, Hotel Wakeup Calls, and more…
Whether you prefer dedicated hardware or virtual machines, installation from a CD or a thumb drive, the PBX in a Flash Dev Team has you covered this week with new CentOS 5.7 32-bit and 64-bit ISOs for CD-ROM, a new 64-bit thumb drive installer, and an OpenVZ template for 1-minute virtual machine installs.
Introducing PIAF-OpenVZ: Build PIAF-Purple OpenVZ virtual machines in one minute flat using our latest OpenVZ template: Asterisk 220.127.116.11, FreePBX 2.8.1, Google Voice GUI, EndPoint Manager, CallerID Superfecta, AsteriDex, Telephone Reminders, Hotel Wakeup Calls, and more…
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.
Today we introduced the new 64-bit PBX in a Flash OpenVZ template for Proxmox with full support for conferencing and the newly enhanced “safe” version of IAX2 for Asterisk.
Today we introduce an all-new version of PBX in a Flash designed specifically for Cloud Computing. Meet the OpenVZ edition of PBX in a Flash, the perfect companion for Proxmox virtualization.