Post Tagged with: "Telephony"

The Perfect Pair: Flawless VoIP with Issabel 4 and 3CX

The Perfect Pair: Flawless VoIP with Issabel 4 and 3CX

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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We continue our Issabel 4 adventure today with a VoIP match made in heaven. Today, we’ll take advantage of the Nerd Vittles free 3CX server offering and interconnect it with an Issabel 4 PBX to enjoy the best of both worlds. From Issabel extensions, you can call your 3CX Clients by dialing 4 digits. From 3CX Clients, you can call Issabel extensions as well as your Asterisk® applications in the same way with the added bonus of being able to… Read More ›

Leap Into Summer: Introducing Incredible PBX for Issabel

Leap Into Summer: Introducing Incredible PBX for Issabel

Monday, July 10, 2017

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If you didn’t already know, we’ve always liked free. No strings, no gotchas, no demoware, and no legal shenanigans. That’s why our introduction of Issabel 4 last week was such a breath of fresh air. While there’s now an awesome free version of 3CX, the open source community has had a very long dry spell. So today we celebrate a decade of adding fun to phone systems with the introduction of Incredible PBX® for Issabel 4. It includes our next… Read More ›

Independence Day for Elastix 4: Introducing Issabel 4

Independence Day for Elastix 4: Introducing Issabel 4

Monday, July 3, 2017

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There was more than a little disappointment when PaloSanto Solutions closed up their Elastix® shop last year. The good news was that 3CX stepped in with a terrific free offer on their commercial PBX for Elastix users. And, of course, Sangoma® quickly learned Spanish to tout their closed source crippleware, the FreePBX® Distro. But today’s a new day, and there’s another great surprise as the discontinued Elastix 4 open source product is reincarnated as Issabel 4. Featuring a respin of… Read More ›

2016, The Year of (real) VoIP Choice: Introducing Elastix 4.0 with Incredible PBX

2016, The Year of (real) VoIP Choice: Introducing Elastix 4.0 with Incredible PBX

Monday, February 22, 2016

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DEC. 7 NEWS FLASH: The Elastix project has been sold to 3CX. Elastix 4.0 and Elastix MT have been removed from production “due to a legal disagreement with another open source distribution.” Our crystal ball suggests that 2016 is shaping up to be a fantastic year full of VoIP surprises and excitement. We’ll be there to cover every new development. When it comes to graphical user interfaces for Asterisk®, the days of the one trick pony are officially over. Free… Read More ›

The Future of VoIP Telephony in an Asterisk World

The Future of VoIP Telephony in an Asterisk World

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

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If you don’t think there’s a telephony revolution underway, then take a look at this year’s crop of new VoIP telephones. No doubt that Alexander Graham Bell would be a happy camper. We’ve picked three of our favorites to take for a spin this week. Pictured above (left to right) are the Mocet Communicator, Grandstream’s GXP2200, and Yealink’s T46G. These three devices offer three dramatically different, but equally effective, approaches to the future of VoIP telephony. The Mocet Communicator is… Read More ›

If You Won’t Eat Your Own Dog Food, At Least Taste It

If You Won’t Eat Your Own Dog Food, At Least Taste It

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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Today we offer some additional thoughts on what Digium could do to right the Asterisk ship…

Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Monday, January 3, 2011

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Today we bring you up close and personal with the AT&T crippleware edition of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Find out why AT&T, Google, and Samsung take top honors for delivering 2010’s Most Crippled Device of the Year.

It’s TeleYapper 5.0: The Ultimate RoboDialer for Asterisk

It’s TeleYapper 5.0: The Ultimate RoboDialer for Asterisk

Sunday, October 10, 2010

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Introducing TeleYapper 5.0: the ultimate RoboCaller and data collection system for Asterisk. Upload your data in CSV or XML files and generate personalized calls to a dozen or thousands of callees. Messages also can be tailored to differentiate between people and answering machines. Customizable data collection is built into every call, and CSV/XML reports provide the results of every calling campaign.