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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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Download Part 3 of 4, Daniel-Constantin Mierla Looks Back on 2010's the Best in Accomplishments and Uses of Kamailio 03-12-2016 (17.2 MB)

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Part 3 of 4, Daniel-Constantin Mierla Looks Back on 2010's the Best in Accomplishments and Uses of Kamailio

  • Part 3 of 4, Daniel-Constantin Mierla Looks Back on 2010's the Best in Accomplishments and Uses of Kamailio
  • Open source projects entail more than writing code, Daniel-Constantin shared in this part of the podcast. Learning to collaborate with many people is integral to success; Kamailio is an example.

    The product Kamailio is free to try and use. The business model is in the value added services that businesses and consumers are looking for.

    Daniel enjoys reviewing the year before to see how things can be improved. The year 2010 was one of the best in the last ten years, he says. The way we communicate has changed. As late as three to five years ago, people were only thinking about voice and maybe video, but today everyone wants instant messaging and presence, so they can publish information about their location.

    SIP servers such as Kamailio are busier than ever because of this fuller and richer communications experience being provided. They have moved from a synchronous information model to an asynchronous model which increases the quality of the performance. In addition, they are ready to handle new specifications delivered by standardization bodies.

    They are using an XCAP server which no other open source telephony platform currently includes this. Among other advantages, it can reuse of SIP router transport layer - XCAP documents can be sent via SIP (UDP, TCP, TLS and SCTP) and via HTTP (TCP or TLS (HTTPS)). For HTTP/S, you neet to load XHTTP module to handle HTTP/S requests.

    In 2010, many academic research bodies studied and used Kamailio such as the Illinois Institute of Technology http://www.iit.edu. The entire Portuguese Educational Network practically replaced their traditional telephony system with Kamailio and Asterisk (300 pairs). The deployment process of this was shared in a presentation during Astricon 2010 by Ruben Sousa.

    Also Sipwise launched an open source version of their telephony appliance with a Kamailio routing engine.

    Kamailio had a release in October 2010 with 16 major enhancements with new features, for example, audio conferencing to see who is speaking and the audio level of the voice.

    You can listen to part 1, 2, 3 and 4 too of Daniel's talk with me.

    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: daniel constantin mierla, open source telephony, openser, kamailio, rich communications, voip, didx, international phone numbers, suzanne bowen