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BW: World's First Linux-Based VoIP Communications System Demonstrated at LinuxWorld Expo

Aug 09, 1999, 17:44 (0 Talkback[s])

"With the opening of the LinuxWorld Exposition doors, the world will see Vovida Networks' freeBX(TM) - the first complete Voice over IP communications system running a Linux operating system. freeBX is a fully scalable, flexible, Linux-based, IP telephony system that meets todayAEs toll quality communications requirements in both enterprise and residential environments."

"Vovida Networks is using the Linux operating system to provide the enterprise a better choice over the technology that comes standard with their traditional communications system," said Alan Knitowski, President, CEO and Co-Founder of Vovida Networks. "Because Linux is more stable, more flexible and provides better application interoperability, it is fast becoming the operating system of choice in mission critical environments."

"Vovida Networks is demonstrating their freeBX software in booth No. 1329 at the San Jose Convention Center during the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, August 10-12."

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