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The Asterisk VOIP Telephone System

I contributed support for FreeBSD, OSX and related *BSD operating systems to the Asterisk project and it's maintainer, Digium. Rich currently maintains the Asterisk PBX project's support for the high-performance, open-source FreeBSD Unix platform, a favorite of internet service providers.

Asterisk is the most popular open source telephone system available. It offers unmatched extensibility, flexibility, functionality and features, and it competes favorably with commercial enterprise phone systems. Voice Over Internet Phone (VOIP) systems have unique cost competitive advantages over traditional telephony.

Key Benefits

  • Low startup costs via common off-the-shelf hardware and open-source software.
  • Low long-distance and local Telephone service rates through VOIP carriers.
  • Custom solutions for specific business needs.
  • Long-term lights-out operation.
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