"Today I am announcing the 7th major release of GNU
Bayonne for developing free software based telephony application
services. Using a commodity PC platform running GNU/Linux and
multi-line telephony hardware available from numerous vendors, GNU
Bayonne has already been used to create and deploy commercial voice
applications that interface with the public telephone network. Such
applications can include basic services like Voice Mail, as well as
web integrated voice commerce (v-commerce) and customer relations
management systems. GNU Bayonne will offer scalability to support
deployment of carrier grade enhanced services under free operating
This new version provides improved support for building digital
telephony services and applications under free software by adding
support for CAPI based BRI cards. An important contributor in this
effort has been Kai Germaschewski, who is better known for his work
related to ISDN4Linux and CAPI4Linux.
GNU Bayonne also supports Voicetronix hardware, which offers low
cost multi-post analog DSP telephony cards. Voicetronix was the
first telephony card vendor to release their drivers and api under
the GPL, supporting the GNU Bayonne project from the start."
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