Category Archives: Open Source

OpenSIPS Summit: Open Source Telecom Software Status, Trends, and the Road Ahead

Thank you to the OpenSIPS project and Ecosystem for inviting me to present at OpenSIPS Summit Distributed 2020. Below is a video of my presentation, as well as the slides. There are tens of successful Open Source Telecom Software projects, with vibrant communities supporting them. Asterisk, the most successful and longest running project is 20 […]

Open Source Telecom Software Project Survey 2020

Please complete by Wednesday 12th August, thank you. The purpose of this Open Source 2020 Survey is to gather across the industry people’s experiences and opinions on using Open Source Telecom Software Projects (Projects), and share an anonymized aggregate result with those that compete the survey. I’ll also present a summary of the results at […]

Deeper Dive into the Open Source Telecom Software Project Survey

It feels like the blink of an eye since I kicked off the Open Source Telecom Software Project Survey in May this year. I shared all the results immediately with everyone who contributed to the survey. This weblog presents the results with some analysis for everyone to see, as promised in my presentations at TADSummit Americas and TADSummit […]

Astricon 2019 Review

This was my first Astricon in-person. I’d watched the videos and twitter stream remotely in the past. For reviews of Astricon by old-hands, rather than a newb, check out Fred Posner’s review and Dan Jenkin’s review. The power of any open source project is its community, together they make change happen in a market. The community is […]