AstriCon 2015: WebRTC: How it Works, and How it Breaks

WebRTC is an exciting new technology, perhaps the most exciting thing to happen to voice communication since the invention of Voice over IP. With WebRTC, we are no longer limited to a disjointed communication experience with poor quality audio on antiquated networks. Now we have the ability to put high-definition audio and video where it […]

AstriDevCon 2015: The Future of Asterisk

AstriDevCon is an annual event, held alongside AstriCon – it includes an in-depth review of progress made in the past year and an open discussion about the future direction of the project. The event is free and open for any active Asterisk community developer to apply for attendance. It’s a great opportunity to meet the […]

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 […]

AstriCon 2014: Dangerous Demo

Our very own founder, Ben Klang, participated again in the Dangerous Demo competition. Dangerous Demo was started by Truphone’s Head of Research, James Body, to identify new and emerging technology that can eventually be deployed by Truphone or other carriers and mobile operators. The idea behind the Dangerous Demo series of competitions really evolved from […]