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 […]

Adhearsion 2.5 is Here!

Today the Adhearsion core team would like to announce the release of Adhearsion 2.5.0, the latest feature release in the Adhearsion 2 series, which includes a selection of new features: Allow stopping all components executed by a controller when passing from it (#hard_pass) or at will (#stop_all_components) Generated plugins include a .gitignore file Detect something […]

Surveying Adhearsion Usage

It’s been approximately 7 months since we last surveyed the Adhearsion community about how and where Adhearsion is being used, and users’ priorities for the project. Since that time, much has changed. Here is a selection of highlights over that time: Major performance enhancements to Adhearsion 2 on Asterisk have been realized The Rayo specification […]

Asterisk 12 is out! What does this mean for Adhearsion?

We’ve just heard that the Asterisk team has released Asterisk 12 today. This is excellent news for the Asterisk and Adhearsion communities. Asterisk 12 introduces a number of important architectural improvements to Asterisk, many of which will benefit Adhearsion in the long run. Some of these are: A new extensible and performant SIP channel driver […]