TITLE

making a case FOR ASTERISK

AUTHOR(S)
Lawinski, Jennifer
PUB. DATE
November 2006
SOURCE
CRN;11/20/2006 Supplement, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article features the Linux-based IP PBX solution open-source telephony system, Switchvox SoHo and Switch SMB, developed by Switchvox in the U.S. The telephony system is an open-source platform based on Asterisk and developed on GNU Linux and built to handle 25 calls at one time and between 50 to 80 calls on commercial servers. Joshua Stephen, CEO of Switchvox, said that the system was developed to accommodate small businesspeople who are unschooled to open-source technology.
ACCESSION #
23273927

 

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