What I find interesting about this news is that there are now several hardware choices when deploying an Asterisk-based PBX. The email ecosystem had the same problem where anyone could send an email from any address – I’m not sure that you can call this a problem. I want to know which card and signaling protocol i can use? And at this point they considered themselves a stable, production-ready project. Sangoma hardware last year. Posted by Pratheep on 27 Apr 3: Posted by David Barreales on 20 Jun 8:
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Dialogic to Support Asterisk
Products and marketing is not the same as software. Asterisk Hardware – Which would you choose? Mildly hijacking this thread Usually externally, through a database.
It’s not a hack.
And of course, get the most up-to-date service and support news from Dialogic. I got cores constantly from all the null derefs littered throughout the code.
It’s all the same stuff! They bought Schmooze Com Inc. Sure, PIKA has provided Asterisk-supported boards for asterjsk time, but it got me thinking how many brands of cards are supported and how this affects Digium. I believe they built their own, exactly for the reasons I outlined above. It’s way, way better than “anyone can trivially pretend to be anyone”.
Here is a talk from a couple of years ago: The industry needed this consolidation 10 years ago. It’s quite a legacy application and is not easily scalable nor made highly available. Digium cards used to be the de-facto standard to build quickly a small PBX system, and I really appreciated their quality.
The state you tend to store is in the application side, so it still backs onto things like SQL databases in the end. This is their business model that leads them to where they are now.
A few months back I investigated SIP as a replacement for skype, discord, whatsapp etc.
Dialogic Card With Asterisk pbx
The flexibility isn’t on par but it’s good enough. Or at least a function of what it exposes.
Sangoma’s doing a good job of consolidating the SMB Telephony market. It seemed a very insecure protocol: Posted by Arun Jaganath on 21 Jun 1: They’re everywhere azterisk they’re already there, but doesn’t mean new boxes are being installed. Rolled it on my VPS for my own consulting needs and it’s pain free.
Posted by David Barreales on 17 Jun Rjevski 4 months ago They’re everywhere because they’re already there, but doesn’t mean new boxes are being installed. However, Fonality made the decision to go with Sangoma hardware over Digium because Sangoma hardware was less expensive and until recentlyonly Sangoma hardware supported the Octasic echo-cancellation for superior VoIP sound quality.
The trixbox appliance, another Fonality product, by default comes with Sangoma hardware, though you can diallogic it pre-installed with Digium cards. Their hardware business is in slow decline as I understand it, but the SaaS business is in major growth mode sip trunking, hosted switchvox, etc.
Wonder how much of that stuff is still running. I do it as a side thing to my main job. I say all this to ponder Digium’s future.
Asteisk much talent has left the space now that it absolutely had to happen.