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Welcome To FreeSWITCH

The World's First Cross-Platform Scalable FREE Multi-Protocol Soft Switch


FreeSWITCH is a scalable open source cross-platform telephony platform designed to route and interconnect popular communication protocols using audio, video, text or any other form of media.  It was created in 2006 to fill the void left by proprietary commercial solutions. FreeSWITCH also provides a stable telephony platform on which many telephony applications can be developed using a wide range of free tools. More

It's Here! The FreeSWITCH Book Has Been Published!

Submitted by mcollins on Tue, 07/27/2010 - 18:06
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It's official: The FreeSWITCH book has arrived!
 
The official title of the book is FreeSWITCH 1.0.6, however don't let the number fool you. The information applies to both FreeSWITCH 1.0 and 1.2 branches. Under the hood there may be some differences but the user interface has remained very stable. This book is perfect for anyone learning the upcoming FreeSWITCH 1.2 release.
 

ClueCon MMX Coming Up Fast - Get Registered and Get Your Hotel Before It's Too Late!

Submitted by mcollins on Tue, 07/20/2010 - 21:54
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ClueCon is only two weeks away!
 
This is a reminder that there are still a few rooms left at the Trump. When getting your room be sure to refer to booking number 4347 and ask for the discounted rate of $225 per night. This is a great value! ClueCon is the premier open source telephony developer conference in North America. Nowhere else can you enjoy such a great mix of technology and business professionals, a four-star hotel, and a price under $700. ClueCon has it all!
 

João Mesquita, Author of FreeSWITCH Communicator, to Speak at FISL

Submitted by mcollins on Mon, 07/19/2010 - 23:07
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Congratulations to FreeSWITCH community member João Mesquita (IRC: jmesquita) who has been sponsored by Khomp to travel to Brasil and speak about FreeSWITCH at the FISL conference.
 
João will be making two presentations at the conference. If you are going to be near Porto Alegre next week then by all means check in and see how he does. For reference, here are his presentations, in Brazilian Portugese:
 
palestra: FreeSWITCH™ - Telefonia do futuro
sala: 41-A fisl 1
dia: 23 Jul 2010horário: 10:00duração: 60 minutos

Help get freeswitch.com back!

Submitted by admin on Mon, 07/05/2010 - 16:38
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We're about 1/4 of the way to getting to the target amount for the
UDRP dispute on freeswitch.com.  We're still looking for your support to
get the domain pointing here as it should be....Remember to put UDRP and your name in the comment note so we can properly thank you!

Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far:

Jay Binks www.NetSip.com.au
Fred Posner
Slobodan Savic
David
Varnes
Larry Marshall
Chris Rienzo
Giovanni Maruzzelli
VoiceNetwork
www.VoiceNetwork.ca
Slava Kardakov
Jonathan Augenstine
Nicholas Romero
Gustavo Marsico
Christian Löschenkohl

 

Anthony Minessale Interviewed By Suzanne Bowen of DIDX

Submitted by mcollins on Fri, 07/02/2010 - 22:02
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Everyone go check out this post - it's a great interview with Anthony conducted by Suzanne Bowen of DIDX. Don't forget to check out the classic video of Anthony jamming on the harmonica with Matt Williams (IRC: hmmhesays) playing guitar.

Blog Post: Dual NIC FreeSWITCH How-To

Submitted by mcollins on Tue, 06/29/2010 - 17:29
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This came across recently. An intrepid user has codified his hard-earned knowledge into a nice blog post that discusses how he set up his FreeSWITCH to use two NICs. Check it out and leave him feedback on how well it works. When we confirm that it works we can link to it from our wiki.
 
-Michael

FreeSWITCH Module Update: mod_avmd

Submitted by mcollins on Mon, 06/14/2010 - 23:01
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Some of you may be familiar with Eric des Courtis' mod_vmd - Voicemail Detect. He has rewritten this module as mod_avmd - Advanced Voicemail Detect. The new module uses an improved algorithm during audio analysis.
 
I asked Eric about why he wrote this module (as well as mod_vmd) and why he contributed back to FreeSWITCH. Like most open source developers, he understands that "giving back" can help others as well as the developer:
 

New Module For FreeSWITCH: mod_osp (Open Settlement Protocol)

Submitted by mcollins on Mon, 06/14/2010 - 22:08
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The good folks over at TransNexus have written a new module for FreeSWITCH that implements the Open Settlement Protocol: mod_osp. Jim Dalton from TransNexus describes it this way:
 
"mod_osp is a module that generates route queries and CDRs in the ETSI Open Settlement Protocol (OSP) format.  OSP is basically a standard set of XML messages for requesting routing and access for inter-domain communications."
 
Complete information about the OSP protocol can be found at the TransNexus OSP Toolkit page. You may be wondering, "Why OSP? And why FreeSWITCH?" I asked Jim Dalton about the choice to create an OSP implementation in FreeSWITCH. He notes:
 

FreeSWITCH Book Has Been Completely Drafted!

Submitted by mcollins on Mon, 06/14/2010 - 20:48
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I thought that FreeSWITCH supporters everywhere would be happy to hear the news: we have completed the revised draft of the FreeSWITCH book and have submitted it to the publisher! It has been quite a learning experience for Anthony, Darren, and myself. We've all done a ton of work on this writing project and we sincerely hope that you will enjoy having an actual printed (or PDF) FreeSWITCH book.
 

ClueCon Update: "Callie" Is Coming to Chicago!

Submitted by mcollins on Mon, 06/14/2010 - 20:02
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I thought everyone would like to know that Katherine, aka "Callie" - the voice of FreeSWITCH - will be attending ClueCon this year! Katherine works for GM Voices, one of ClueCon's media sponsors and a great supporter of the FreeSWITCH project. We are all looking forward to meeting her in person. Please stay tuned for more updates. Don't forget - if we have 200 registered users by July 4th then we all get to see Brian shave his head at ClueCon! (You can rest assured that event will be captured on video for all the world to see.)
 
-Michael