Telephony & VoIP

The original Real-Time Communications App.

From IVRs to the Contact Center, see what fresh life we can breathe into this power-tool of commerce.


The future of Contextual Communications.

WebRTC offers the promise of truly contextual communications. Learn more about how this new technology will bring previously unimagined value to your apps.

Speech-Driven Applications

The most natural human interface possible.

Speech is the easiest and most natural way to interact. Let us help you leverage it to enhance your mobile and web experiences.

Latest Articles

Things we've learned and want to share

Handling Phone Numbers: Best Practices for Developers

Handling Phone Numbers When building real-time and telephony communication applications, you will inevitably need to store phone numbers. Whether it’s input you get from FreeSWITCH, Asterisk, or via an API like Tropo or Twilio, phone numbers can be tricky to handle, parse, verify, store, and display in your application. Why Are Phone Numbers So Hard? […]

WebRTC Game Cube Slam Puts You Face-to-Face With Your Competitor

In the last few years of working with WebRTC, we occasionally come across some fun, creative, offbeat, or even crazy uses of WebRTC. As app developers, we enjoy this kind of thing quite a bit. After all, it’s not the technology that is important, it’s the application of the technology. We’ve decided to start sharing […]

ClueCon 2015 Recap

I’ve just returned from ClueCon 2015. It was easily the most successful ClueCon I’ve yet experienced. Besides seeing so many regulars from the FreeSWITCH community, I was pleasantly surprised by the increase in patronage from other VoIP worlds, especially Asterisk and WebRTC. Seeing so many friends in one place was great. ClueCon is really living […]

You Have To Pay For It: The Importance of Vendor Relationships in APIs

For more than five years now, thousands of developers, and probably millions of users, have relied upon a free Google Text-To-Speech (TTS) service. This service has popped up in all kinds of places, from experimental demo apps to production telephone systems. However, Google has recently started requiring a human intervention (specifically, a CAPTCHA) before it […]


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ClueCon 2010

AstriCon 2010

EuRuKo 2011

Lone Star Ruby Conference 2011