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 […]

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 […]

AstriCon 2014: Measuring VoIP Performance

Tipping The Scales: Predicting and Measuring VoIP Application Performance This is where we attempt to answer the oft-heard question: “Can it scale?” Floating around the Internet are plenty of benchmarks and wildly varying of numbers that claim Asterisk can support some number of calls. But these numbers are often hiding important assumptions, and they rarely […]

Voice apps in the real world

In my previous blog post I went through getting started with the Telephony Dev Box. However, most real-world apps are more than simply a telephony engine and Adhearsion. This post picks up where that one left off, and moves from ‘getting started’ into something a bit more real world. Here, we’ll build a complete development […]