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Free At Last: Introducing PBX in a Flash 5

Free At Last: Introducing PBX in a Flash 5

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

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Today is a big day. We are thrilled to introduce PBX in a Flash 5 powered by 3CX®. As many of you know, 3CX has been a platinum sponsor of Nerd Vittles for quite some time so this may not be a complete surprise. The good news is a new Debian-based PIAF5 ISO is now available to ease the installation process for those getting their feet wet with Linux for the first time. Debian 8 is a terrific Linux distribution… Read More ›

Mastering XiVO IVR and AutoAttendant Design

Mastering XiVO IVR and AutoAttendant Design

Thursday, May 26, 2016

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Today we want to talk a little about design choices and IVRs. First and foremost, we don’t want to leave anyone behind during our XiVO adventure. XiVO is a platform that adjectives really can’t describe. It’s that good and, frankly, we’re having a hard time believing it’s been around for almost a decade and nobody much talked about it. Leave it to the crazy Americans to only look at stuff from the U.S. of A. Funny thing is that the… Read More ›

2016, Celebrating The Preakness: CallerID Superfecta Rides Again with XiVO

2016, Celebrating The Preakness: CallerID Superfecta Rides Again with XiVO

Monday, May 23, 2016

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Embed from Getty Images If you missed The Preakness Saturday, another Triple Crown bit the dust… or the mud in this case. But, if you had the winning Superfecta ticket, you made a $316 profit on your $1 bet. For the rest of us, there’s still a Superfecta win to celebrate, and this one’s free. We’ve begun porting CallerID Superfecta to the XiVO platform and today we’ll share that code with you together with lots of other goodies in our… 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 ›

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Monday, September 1, 2014

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It’s been many years since we’ve written back-to-back articles about the same device. That should tell you how really special the CuBox-i is. After two weeks of 14-hour days developing the new Incredible PBX platform for CuBox, we are thrilled to crown this jewel as Nerd Vittles Hardware Device of the Year. Flawless design, incredible performance, tiny size, feature-rich components, minimal power consumption, and completely silent operation are merely the tip of the iceberg with this 2x2x2 cubic zircon. On… Read More ›

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.

The Ultimate Asterisk Telephony Appliance

The Ultimate Asterisk Telephony Appliance

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

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Today Nerd Vittles uncovers the best SOHO Asterisk machine on the planet for just $339… if you hurry.

Free At Last: The Emancipation of the Apple TV

Free At Last: The Emancipation of the Apple TV

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

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Today we’ll walk you through the process of transforming any Apple TV into a feature-rich, open source media center platform with complete web, SSH, and SAMBA networking support. It’s simple enough that both you or your favorite Fifth Grader can do it in under 15 minutes! Can Asterisk be far behind?