Speech Recognition on Asterisk: Getting Started

Having talked with several people at various AstriCons and local Asterisk meetups, I’ve heard that many people have not tried to set up speech engines to work with Asterisk. This is a quick tutorial for the way that we integrate Text-to-Speech and Speech Recognition engines with Asterisk. Start your Engines Before you dive into Asterisk, […]

VoIP Users Conference 549: Preview AstriCon

A preview of the upcoming AstriCon 2015 included David Duffet (Digium), James Body (Truphone), Allison Smith (The IVR Voice), Tim Patton (Westhawk Ltd), Matt Jordan (Digium) and a few other scheduled presenters. Mojo Lingo founder, Ben Klang, previews his thoughts around the excitement of WebRTC, being perhaps the most exciting things to happen to voice […]

Adhearsion 3: A Roadmap

Time Flies It’s been almost 5 years since we released Adhearsion 1.0. Adhearsion 2.0 was released more than 3 years ago. In total, Adhearsion has been around for 9 years now. Wow, that’s a really long time. Along the way, we’ve built a bunch of cool applications with Adhearsion which now underpin several big businesses […]

Making Adhearsion Compatible with Asterisk 13

Asterisk version 12 introduced a number of changes both in its internals and the various control APIs. While these changes were important, they also were not backward compatible (and this is a good thing). Since Asterisk 13, the Long Term Support release, was made in October of last year, we’ve been looking at what it […]

At The Intersection of WebRTC and Traditional Telephony

Since the beginning, Mojo Lingo’s focus has been building real-time communication applications. Our clients have often hired us because of our reputation as innovative and progressive; many of the applications we build are on the forefront of communications technology. One of the technologies we regularly employ, and the focus of this post, is WebRTC. Many […]