Difference between revisions of "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 http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1823596,00.asp
  4. Business Week interview on open source telephony for the corporate world, at http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jul2006/tc20060707_042679.htm?.
  5. General context about corporate VoIP developments here at http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jul2006/tc20060710_291171.htm?

Listen to:

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