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Innovation is everywhere. In 2007, we began podcasting and interviewing technology experts and innovators. In 2010, we rolled out our online magazine Techistan and social video Muntwo. We are media partner for hundreds of Earth's favorite empowering events. We hope you enjoy listening to our conversations here on DIDX podcasts.

About us: Super Technologies, Inc. was a dotcom startup in 1999 ... providing voice over dialup Internet services and Virtual Phone Lines (a service that enables people and organizations to have a local presence in any of up to 60 countries and be a local call to their VIP) via direct inward dialing and SIP.

In 2005, we started DIDX, enabling 10 telecoms to buy and/or sell phone numbers wholesale. By 2011, we now serve 18,000 wholesale IP communications companies on DIDX.

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DIDX Audio Podcasts is a program devoted to the art and craft of technology and social leadership and inspiration. The show, created and hosted by the DIDX.net team since 1999, features interviews with real people who have accomplished things we want to share. They are of different nations, religions, careers, gender, and attitudes. Be inspired! And please recommend others for us to interview and let you eavesdrop on!

Download Part 1 of 4, Part 1 Daniel-Constantin Mierla on a Timeline of What Has Led to Kamailio in 2011 03-12-2016 (16.86 MB)

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Part 1 of 4, Part 1 Daniel-Constantin Mierla on a Timeline of What Has Led to Kamailio in 2011

  • Part 1 of 4, Part 1 Daniel-Constantin Mierla on a Timeline of What Has Led to Kamailio in 2011
  • Daniel-Constantin Mierla shares a timeline of what happened between the year 2001 at the Fraunhofer FOKUS research institute in Berlin, Germany. We still have the first few lines of code in our depository. He says they look to have a big party to celebrate the beginning and the success for all since then in late summer 2011.

    By 2005, SIP was no longer just a research topic. There was a spin-off company with expertise in SIP protocol. The name of this initial project was SIP Express Router. A fork developed from SER. The name was openSER.

    In 2008, a company stated that the group had infringed on a trademark with "openSER" name and that it appeared that the group was suggesting it was an open source version of their service. It was renamed to Kamailio. This time, a tough search was conducted to make sure no infringement of anyone's trademark. Kamailio comes from two Hawaiian words. It means to talk or to have a conversation.

    Another developer created a new fork, called openSIPs.

    Soon, the community began to develop the roadmap for integrating the original SIP Express Router project with Kamailio. Each had close to 100 extensions. The two worked together pretty well. Within one year in January 2010, they had a release ready as 3.0.

    When a DID phone number is dialed, there is an application that has to discover where the phone is that has to ring. That's where Kamailio comes in, and more and more large companies are coming on board.

    The next time you dial a phone number, it may be that Kamailio is doing the work of making it route to the proper destination.

    Hear parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the podcast with Daniel.

    Visit http://www.asipto.com, http://www.sipwise.com, http://www.kamailio.org and also the website of the wholesale DID platform that sponsors this podcast channel http://www.didx.net. Find an article detailing more on http://www.techistan.com online magazine.


    Keywords: asipto, sipwise, sip did, open source, rich communications, daniel-constanti mierla, suzanne bowen, didx, didxchange, kamailio, openser, voip