Open Source Telephony

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“Whereas Skype has selectively licensed usage of an API that offers limited insight into a closed protocol, a closed ecosystem solely controlled by one organization, the SIP protocol is open. Free open-source proxy/server implementations are sprouting up, and many developers are actively working on SIP clients. The Gizmo Project is the first to bring a truly-usable, user-friendly, cross-platform SIP client."

More Information

  1. Open Source VOIP Software
  2. Related entries on Internet Telephony and on SIP-based 'peer to peer'-based VoIP telephony systems.
  3. Open Source telephony developments for the enterprise market are summarized here at,1759,1823596,00.asp
  4. Business Week interview on open source telephony for the corporate world, at
  5. General context about corporate VoIP developments here at

Listen to:

  1. Jared Smith on the Presence and Future of Open Source Telephony