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OpenSIPS

OpenSIPS is a mature implementation of a SIP server/proxy. It is more than a SIP proxy/router, as it includes application-level functionalities. OpenSIPS, as a SIP server, can server as the core component of any SIP-based VoIP solution.

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OpenSIPS Summit 2014, Chicago 21 May 2014 17:27

It's almost that time again! The first of two OpenSIPS summits has been scheduled for 4th of August 2014, at InterContinental Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA. This Summit will coincide with annual FreeSwitch Cluecon conference being held Aug 5th - 7th at the same location. This year's summit will headline: WorkShop - OpenSIPS Call Center Massive scalability (more than 25k cps) Study Case - Distributed user location OpenSIPS 1.11 - a new LTS (long term supported) release The schedule is still being developed, but we've had a lot of interesting topics submitted for presentation thus far. There's no doubt that this will be the most interesting OpenSIPS summit to date! Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, the OpenSIPS Summit has something for you. For beginners, get answers to questions like: why OpenSIPS is the right choice for you network what are the OpenSIPS capabilities, features and limits how to extend, expand and enhance your SIP service with OpenSIPS Seasoned professionals can: Learn about new modules and features Discuss advanced topics Discuss the development roadmap for OpenSIPS The registration fees (per person) are: $199 standard registration $149 if you have a discount code or are registering 3 or more participants from your company. Space is limited, so don't wait too long to register. More information can be found at: http://www.opensips.org/Community/Summit-2014Chicago We're looking forward to seeing you in Chicago! - The OpenSIPS Team

Recent releases

  •  21 May 2014 17:30

    Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes and hardens the core.

    •  24 Mar 2014 09:24

      Release Notes: This release adds enhancements to the core, script handling, and many important modules. The core has a new memory allocator to increase performance, and the scripting capabilities are improved. These new modules have been added: B2B_SCA (new shared call appearance features), CALL_CENTER (introduces call queue features), MI_JSON (encodes data in JSON format over HTTP for the MI Interface commands), and SCRIPT_HELPER (simplifies the script/configuration for beginners).

      •  19 Aug 2013 21:02

        Release Notes: This release comes with several improvements (asynchronous TCP, better lumps management), but also with new functionality like SCA support with a dialog module, a new binary interface used to efficiently communicate with other OpenSIPS instances, and a new module that provides SQL to NoSQL translations.

        •  08 May 2013 18:59

          Release Notes: This release fixed crashes, malfunctions, and compliance. No functionality, scripting, or interfacing were changed. Upgrading is highly recommended.

          •  08 May 2013 18:58

            Release Notes: This release fixed crashes, malfunctions, and compliance. No functionality, scripting, or interfacing were changed. Upgrading is highly recommended.

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