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Mark Spencer Interview Live from 10,000 Feet

Asterisk Blog - Mon, 2014-04-21 07:42

In this week’s episode of Asterisk Live, creator of Asterisk and CTO of Digium, Mark Spencer grants a unique interview live from the cockpit of his DA40 Diamond Star aircraft. Many of you know that Mark is a talented engineer and technologist, but did you know he is also an accomplished pilot?

Asterisk Past and Future

In this interview Mark reveals which is more difficult – writing code or flying a plane. (The answer may surprise you.) While on the flight we had the chance to talk Asterisk past, sharing some stories from the early days of Asterisk and Digium. … Continued

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Asterisk Live: Call Recording Solutions with OrecX

Asterisk Blog - Tue, 2014-04-15 10:08

In this episode of Asterisk Live, Bruce Kaskey, COO of OrecX joins the call to discuss voice recording with Asterisk. Bruce notes with some dry humor, “We are not a vacuum cleaning company.” OrecX, which stands for “Open Recording Systems,” provides both open source and commercial versions of their call recording and voice data software. Their solutions work in tandem with Asterisk to do passive, SPAN-based calling recording. This offloads the CPU of your Asterisk PBX allowing it to be able to handle more simultaneous call load. Additionally, OrecX provides data solutions that allow for screen capture recording. SMB Contact Continued

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Asterisk, Heartbleed, and You

Asterisk Blog - Fri, 2014-04-11 13:01

Olle E. Johansson, CEO Edvina AB and Matt Jordan, Engineering Manager for the Open Source Software team at Digium discuss the Heartbleed vunerability in Asterisk.

Recently, a vulnerability was discovered in the ubiquitous OpenSSL library. This bug, dubbed “Heartbleed”, allows unauthenticated attackers to discover and steal TLS/SSL protected information from vulnerable clients and servers. As the primary means of protecting information is typically performed using OpenSSL, the severity of this vulnerability cannot be underestimated.

Asterisk uses OpenSSL to encrypt signaling communication in many of its channel drivers, dialplan applications, and core functionality. This includes SIP and XMPP channel drivers, … Continued

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Asterisk in the Call Center: New Report

Asterisk Blog - Tue, 2014-04-08 06:05

We are pleased to welcome guest blogger Lorenzo Emilitri, the founder of Loway, a Swiss company that powers thousands of call-centers worldwide. Lorenzo’s background is in data modelling and he previously worked for a well-known international consulting firm. Lorenzo started using Asterisk in 2003 – and never looked back!

How good is Asterisk as a contact center?

There are some white papers from different vendors explaining the benefits of their specific solutions. The real question of how good the Asterisk platform itself is – or the perceptions its users have when running call-centers out of it – is often left … Continued

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Digium at Kamailio World in Berlin

Asterisk Blog - Wed, 2014-04-02 07:41

Kamailio World has just kicked off here in Berlin with a number of pre-conference workshops on this Wednesday afternoon.

The conference-proper agenda begins tomorrow, and our own Matt Jordan will be presenting at 2.30pm – bringing some much anticipated information about Asterisk 12 (especially the new PJ SIP channel) and the way it will work with Kamailio.

The conference draws a crowd of those serious about large-scale resilient SIP-based service provision, and of course there is always a need for the kinds of services that Asterisk can provide, such as media hosting, recording, etc.

Old habits die hard, and a … Continued

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