ADM (Asterisk Desktop Manager) aims to integrate your desktop with the Asterisk PBX and hardware IP phone by providing some useful features such as automatic on-call volume reduction, one click dialing (from the clipboard), CRM integration via a browser popup, BlueTooth presence detection and automatic call redirection when you walk out of the office, and transfer of the current call from the desktop.
Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is a soft phone, video conferencing, and instant messenger application for use over the Internet. It supports HD sound quality and video up to DVD size and quality. It is interoperable with many other standards compliant software, hardware, and service providers as it uses both of the major telephony standards, SIP and H.323.
KCall is the telephony application of Kontact. It supports computer telephony integration and at the same time integration into KDE's infrastructure. KCall does this by using KDE's addressbook, which in turn can be a server-based groupware addressbook. KCall uses the Decibel realtime communication framework for call management.
Kallers is KDE system tray applet that displays the caller ID information sent by phone companies. It requires a caller ID capable modem. It logs every call internally using an XML format, displays call infomation non- intrusively using a popup window, and optionally plays a ring sound when a call is received. It can optionally ignore anonymous calls. A handy call browser lets you view the call information.
The Mobile Device Information project is a Java Swing application that provides desktop interface access to the WURFL (Wireless Universal Resource FiLe). The WURFL contains information about the capabilities of a huge number of wireless devices. The Mobile Device Information project allows users to search for individual devices, or devices that meet certain criteria, e.g. "Which Nokia phones are MIDP-2.0 enabled and support at least 65536 colours?"
Noojee Receptionist for Asterisk provides a software-based interface for receptionists. It provides the ability to dispatch calls using a database of all staff and external parties or by phone or extension number. When looking up internal extensions, the status of each extension is displayed, saving the receptionist time as they no longer have to dial the number to determine if the party is available. When an extension is busy, the call can be placed into a "hold and transfer" mode that will automatically transfer the caller when the extension becomes available. It can also periodically inform the caller that the party is busy and gives the option to continue waiting, leave a voice message, or be put back through to the receptionist.
VoxForge collects transcribed user-submitted speech audio files (collectively called a "speech corpus") to create acoustic models for use with speech recognition engines such as HTK, Julius, ISIP, and Sphinx. The current focus is on collecting audio to create acoustic models for command and control applications on a PC, and for voice over IP telephony speech recognition applications, i.e. IVR (Interactive Voice Response).