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Random Sampler: Digium's double, Linux desktops, and more

A random look around the web to see what's going on.

By May 8, 2008


Asterisk turns 1,000,000; Digium finishes off a banner year

Digium has had the kind of year companies IPO on. Well, maybe it will.

By December 28, 2007


Digium and the open-source telephony revolution (Hint: It's well under way)

Digium is doing exceptionally well. Here's why.

By December 5, 2007


Digium: Eating its own Asterisk dog food

Digium is buying Switchvox for its UI. Interesting who is behind this.

By September 28, 2007


Digium changes to subscription pricing for telephony product

Annual support subscriptions, common among open-source software companies, now are available from a firm that sells a combination of hardware and software.

By August 1, 2007


iPhone to become a home systems OpenRemote

Project of Marc Fleury and Mark Spencer has a working prototype for a native application to enable people to control their home automation from wherever.

By April 14, 2009


A new M&A for open source?

If we could figure out ways to enable the software industry provide profitable exits for open-source projects to become foundations instead of companies, we'd be a richer industry for it.

By December 31, 2008


The new face of open source

Open source today is eminently respectable as a corporate citizen. We've come a long way, baby.

By December 25, 2008


Who needs an open-source strategy? You do

Proprietary software companies need to find ways to fend off low-cost rivals. Buying them might be a great way to start.

By October 11, 2008


Skype to be integrated into Asterisk PBXs

Small businesses that use the Asterisk open-source PBX platform will be able to control Skype calls using such systems.

By September 26, 2008