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GNU Telephony Opens Up VoIP

By hagrin - Posted on 05 August 2006

GNU Telephony has released an open source VoIP stack to enable developers to create scalable VoIP solutions. What does this mean? This means that telephony applications can be developed freely possibly threatening the infrastructures already in place. A free, VoIP solution could mean the end to more traditional programs and methods of communication as the Internet is used more and more for phone calling. The future of telephony is in VoIP calling and the GNU Telephony project could open up free communications to the world.