Digium lifer, celebrator of 16 Digium birthdays, and Digium employee #4.
"I like te-lephony and I cannot lie.
You other vendors can't deny;
When a call comes in with MOS so you can't hear
and some echo in your ear
you get angry!" - Sir Mix-a-Malcolm
Aloha, Yes, E-Minus, not T-Minus; they’re different. Anyway, it was but a short three-and-a-half years ago that Asterisk 1.8 was released. Since then, we’ve seen a lot of great things
Gigabit, because time is precious. I do a lot of large file transfers, and our WiFi network doesn’t cut it. So, I need to go wired. When I do that,
Aloha, Long-time users of AsteriskNOW, who are still on the 2.x version, are encouraged to migrate to the 3.x version, which has been available since March of 2013. Details on
Howdy, Attention Asterisk integrators, there’s a new phone firmware! Yay! And a new release of DPMA to support it. Double yay! What’s the good hubbub? Murray’s word on the street
Our background is Asterisk, the infinitely variable toolkit for building complex telephony applications. It seems to have been a bit of a hit (understatement) with developers over the past 10+