Asterisk Scalable Communications Framework,

Event: October 29th, 2010 at 1PM EDT

Asterisk SCF is a framework that will allow developers to move beyond voice and also create open source video and text that can be used for anything from embedded applications to enterprise and carrier solutions, according to Digium. It is delivered as a system of distributed components that can be deployed in clusters on a single system or on many systems, and will support pretty much all real-time IP communications including video, wideband audio, chat and desktop sharing.Asterisk SCF seeks to meet four requirements for businesses looking to deploy open source communications solutions:

  • Performance
  • Scalability
  • Fault tolerance
  • Extensibility

Live from Astricon (well it was when we recorded it), Kevin Fleming, director of software technologies at Digium joins us at talk about the big Digium announcement.  This discussion was made possible  by Tim Panton and Michael Graves. Kevin, Tim and Joshua Colp were in a room, surrounded by John Todd’s tie-dyed shirts.

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