|Wednesday, January 12, 2005|
Slashdot | Start Your Own Open Source-Based Telecom
from the or-at-least-daydream-about-it dept.
prostoalex writes "George Ou shows how with the help of open-source VOIP server Asterisk you can start your own telecommunications company for under $6000 '...you can build a phone system that can support 72 analog telephones or fax machines, 100 IP hard or soft phones on site or remote, a T1 line to the public telco for 23 simultaneous external PSTN connections, multiple IP-based IAX trunks to multiple remote offices for seamless toll-bypass 4-digit dialing, IVR, and almost unlimited voice mail for everyone – for under $6,000 in a 1U chassis. Such a price point is easily 10 or more times cheaper than a commercial alternative,' writes George."
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Students surf safely with Opera: Opera site license free for educational institutions
Students surf safely with Opera: Opera site license free for educational institutions:"Opera Software today announced that it will offer free site licenses to higher education institutions. In an effort to meet the student and university need for security on the Internet, Opera offers a secure, fast and reliable Internet browsing alternative at no cost to schools. This new offer is in response to schools' increasing concern over potential security threats students may encounter while using less secure browsers. "
More details from the Opera education page here.
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