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Fonality Introduces Reseller Program

Fonality, provider of open-source, Asterisk-based IP telephony systems, today announced its new, tiered reseller certification and training programs, which provide data and telephony resellers with enhanced readiness and expanded support for selling PBXtra, the companys IP PBX phone system. PBXtra, Fonality’s enterprise-class IP PBX, is based on a modified version of the open-source Asterisk code […]

Pactolus Debuts Developer Community

Pactolus Communications Software Corp. today introduced its developer community, which features open-source SIP-based service creation environment, application server and software media server to help developers create applications for VoIP and IMS networks. Membership is free. is aimed at service-provider and enterprise developers, and includes supporting resources, such as a Wiki-based knowledge center that […]

BandTel Joins Digium’s Partner Program

Digium Inc., an open-source telephony company and creator of Asterisk, and BandTel LLC, a provider of next-generation VoIP termination to the PSTN on Monday announced that BandTel has become a Digium service partner. BandTels SIP-based VoIP solutions fully support Digiums open-source platform. Therefore, the companies plan to market their open-source telephony solution to resellers interested […]

Open-Source Opportunities

If someone offered you a complete IP PBX for free, would you take it? That’s the value proposition offered by telephony open-source software, a new industry segment that is seeing significant growth in deployments by service providers and even enterprises that want customized phone systems for specific needs. The availability of these open software systems […]

Pingtels Rich Opens Up about Open-Source

Pingtel Corp. is an open-source VoIP software developer that just launched its VAR partner program. T@G asked President and CEO William Rich about the importance of vendor-agnostic software for VoIP, as well as the opportunities Pingtel has for VARs and other partners. T@G: Theres a lot of talk about open-source software. Explain how Pingtels VoIP […]

Why SIP Alone Wont Enable VoIP to Cross the Chasm

Posted: 4/2004 Why SIP Alone Wont Enable VoIP to Cross the ChasmBy Martin J. Steinmann Martin J. Steinmann When the IETF ratified the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) standard, the VoIP industry finally had the baseline for a new wave of interoperable telephony products. Using SIP as the foundation promised to allow enterprise customers to use […]

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