"Open source Voice over IP (VoIP) in the enterprise is at the
stage where Linux desktops were about five years ago, and the small
open source presence at last week's VoiceCon Spring 2007 conference
in Orlando is a true indicator that open source VoIP is still in
"'PC infrastructure faced this dilemma about five years ago, and
they are still dealing with it today,' said Murray Butler, senior
network analyst at 3M Corp. in St. Paul, Minn., who attended the
show. 'The drive for open solutions to real problems is seeping out
of the desktop and server racks into other areas of IT that are
traditionally closed platforms...'"
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