NetworkWorld: Open-source IP telephony for Linux [Bayonne & ACS]
Sep 25, 2000, 16:20 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Phil Hochmuth)
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"Linux users interested in extending the operating system
beyond just an e-mail, Web, file or database server should look
into Bayonne and ACS, two open-source voice response telephony
servers built to run on Linux."
"Bayonne is a customizable telephony application server that can
be used to set a variety of telephony applications, such as voice
mail, interactive voice response systems and telephone system
administration tools. The package comes with an extension scripting
language that is used to regulate call flow."
"Supporting many of the same features as Bayonne, Adjunct
Communication Server (ACS) also was created by Sugar, and its
architecture has served as the foundation for Bayonne's
development. While Bayonne is still in the beta stage, ACS is used
in several commercial telephony servers and server cards."