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Old 10-30-2008, 02:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Digium Reinvents AsteriskNOW


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When Asterisk sponsor Digium, Inc. released AsteriskNOW, early in January 2007, the stated aim was to provide an open-source telephony "appliance." Not appliance as in hardware/software combo, but appliance as in 'all the software you need to get a complete telephony application up and running'—even if you don't know a lot about Linux administration. AsteriskNOW contained all necessary Linux components "built in" (and nothing that was not needed) and came with AsteriskGUI, a simple graphical admin module. The lean, mean offering has been very successful by any standard.

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