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It’s Soup: The Definitive Quick Start Guide to Wazo 17.04

It’s Soup: The Definitive Quick Start Guide to Wazo 17.04

Thursday, March 16, 2017

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Today we’re pleased to introduce Wazo 17.04, the latest iteration in the Wazo fork of XiVO. Twelve years in the making with the same development team, Wazo 17.04 is really something special with a new easy-to-use WebRTC feature and support for Asterisk® FollowMe Roaming. Of course, 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 17.04. If… Read More ›

Best of Both Worlds: Marrying Asterisk to 3CX’s Free PBX with a $35 Raspberry Pi

Best of Both Worlds: Marrying Asterisk to 3CX’s Free PBX with a $35 Raspberry Pi

Monday, March 6, 2017

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One of the real beauties of Asterisk® has always been its flexibility in talking to other PBXs, both commercial and open source. There are numerous reasons why you might want to try this. First, it makes it easy to migrate to a commercial platform where you can get support for mission critical telephony requirements. Second, you may want a hybrid setup where servers with on-site support personnel can run Asterisk while remote satellite offices can take advantage of a commercial… Read More ›

Cellphone Hell: 2017 Minefield Navigation Guide

Cellphone Hell: 2017 Minefield Navigation Guide

Thursday, February 16, 2017

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Well, it’s been an interesting week. RingPlus, a Sprint MVNO, has gone belly up after Sprint pulled the plug on them. Lawsuit details are here. Then, not surprisingly, Sprint announced a new “unlimited” talk, text, and data plan: 5 phones for $90 with a free iPhone with trade-in. After first year, Sprint price escalates to $160 for 4 lines or $190 for 5 lines. And then, Verizon surprised everyone with an “unlimited” plan of their own: 4 phones for $180.… Read More ›

R.I.P. RingPlus: Don’t Panic, Google Hangouts Is Your Friend

R.I.P. RingPlus: Don’t Panic, Google Hangouts Is Your Friend

Thursday, February 9, 2017

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Three months ago, we warned you that RingPlus appeared to be on its last leg and to begin planning your exit strategy. February 11 appears to be their Drop Dead Date although Ting apparently will now absorb all RingPlus accounts that aren’t ported out but under markedly different terms. For openers, there’s a $6 per month charge per phone before you even turn it on. After that, it’s pay-as-you-go for minutes, messages, and data. While the buckets are pooled between… Read More ›

The Gold Standard: It’s Incredible PBX for Raspbian 8 and Raspberry Pi 3

The Gold Standard: It’s Incredible PBX for Raspbian 8 and Raspberry Pi 3

Monday, February 6, 2017

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Hard to believe it’s been five years since the introduction of the original Raspberry Pi®. Over ten million RasPi’s have been shipped. The latest and greatest Raspberry Pi 3 features a 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU with ten times the performance of the original Raspberry Pi. And today we’re pleased to introduce the 2017 edition of Incredible PBX™ for Raspbian 8 featuring Asterisk® 13 and Google Voice OAuth 2 support. It installs in under a minute. Of particular interest… Read More ›

Chasing Rainbows: The VoIP in the Cloud Trifecta

Chasing Rainbows: The VoIP in the Cloud Trifecta

Monday, January 30, 2017

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Week after week, the VoIP landscape for Cloud Computing continues to improve. And today we have more terrific news. Not only is there a new release of Wazo with simplified support for WebRTC and FollowMe roaming, but the Wazo 17.02 release also is now available on the RentPBX platform worldwide. Coupling Wazo and RentPBX with a secondary Cloud platform to achieve total VoIP redundancy is the VoIP in the Cloud Trifecta if ever there were one. RentPBX has been a… Read More ›

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 ›