"The VAR Guy met EUS Networks CTO Jeronimo Romero
yesterday. Since jumping into the Asterisk market in 2005 or so,
EUS has lined up more than 1,000 Asterisk customers. But this isn't
your usual VAR. The 24-person company has four Linux developers who
customize Asterisk deployments for customers.
"Romero's strategy is simple but bold: Much in the way that LAMP
(Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) became a disruptive, low-cost
application stack for servers, EUS Networks thinks Asterisk can
become an application development platform for next-generation
phone systems that cost pennies compared to traditional phone
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