The Future of Open Source VoIP is Asterisk 1.6
May 02, 2007, 16:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Asterisk hasn't been around all that long, but it has become
the standard for open source VoIP PBX.
"In a keynote session at the Asterisk and Open Telephony
Conference here, Kevin Fleming, senior software engineer at Digium
and co-maintainer of Asterisk, told an overflow capacity crowd of
Asterisk lovers what the future holds for their beloved
"With the 1.4 release now under his belt, as well as a new
Asterisk appliance effort called AsteriskNOW, Fleming is now
concentrating his efforts on the 1.6 release, which could be out by
the end of this year..."