Asterisk is often referred to as "the open source PBX" and it's true that you can use Asterisk to build a PBX, in fact, we've done that work for you with our line of turnkey Switchvox solutions, but a PBX is only one of many applications you can build with Asterisk. The limits of Asterisk are the limits of your imagination. Here we have outlined a number of the most common solutions built on Asterisk. We invite you to explore the power of Asterisk and to see what you can build.
Asterisk is named after the Unix/Linux wild-card character because, like the wild-card Asterisk can be virtually anything. This section covers a number of basic examples and provides recipes for creating some of the more common configurations. We are always looking for additional recipes, white papers and case studies, so please let us know if you have an example to post.
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- DistroWatch.com: AsteriskNOW
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