Published 4 November 2013
Tags: IP Phone
(This is guest post from Tiptel, one of Teluu‘s customer)
tiptel 3130 IP Phone based on PJSIP
User-friendliness and compatibility with many systems and features are the most outstanding characteristics of the IP phones tiptel 3110, 3120, 3130 and the additional keyboard KM 27, along with the ability to support the SIP features of PJSIP and additional functions like Plug ‘n Play (PnP), Busy Lamp Field (BLF), and CFX. The phones also come with a remote configuration mode (auto-provisioning).
User-friendliness does not only mean an easy to read display and an uncomplicated handling of frequently used functions, but also means the easiest possible configuration, which is generally available without having to restart the phone.
Many of the functions exceeding the scope of PJSIP have been made possible due to the first-class support of the complete PJSIP team. A team that have an extremely well documented software and have the ability to answer questions both promptly and competently, allowing us to respond quickly to the needs of our customers and to implement the adjustments at their hosted PABX, SIP-Servers and Enterprise Solutions.
For more information please visit Tiptel and look under product details, for example of the tiptel 3130.
tiptel KM27 keyboard
Published 27 October 2013
Tags: debian, Ubuntu
More places to find PJSIP in Debian and Ubuntu.
Published 8 February 2013
pjnath , pjsip
Tags: ICE, STUN, TURN, WebRTC
We added STUN, TURN and ICE support by integrating an open source library called ‘pjnath’ from the PJSIP project.
Digium and WebRTC: An Interview With Steven Sokol : BlogGeek.me.
Published 21 January 2013
There is a technical issue with the pjsip mailing list, currently being dealt with.
Update: this is now resolved.
Published 15 January 2013
BlackBerry , pjmedia , pjnath , pjsip , Porting , Truphone , VoIP
[This is a guest post from Gurtej Sandhu, developer relations at RIM]
If you haven’t already heard, the BlackBerry 10 countdown is on. If you have an existing application using PJSIP libraries, this is your opportunity to port your pjsip open source stack to BlackBerry 10 in a matter of minutes. As you may have already heard, Bob Cripps has successfully ported PJSIP to BlackBerry 10. Just very recently Bob has helped simplify building PJSIP for BlackBerry 10 by creating a set of executable scripts. This work has now all been committed to our BlackBerry github repository.
I took this opportunity to dig deep into building PJSIP for BlackBerry 10. As soon as I had my Linux environment up and running with all the prerequisites installed, I am happy to say that it took me less than ten minutes to build and load PJSIP BlackBerry 10 Cascades sample project to my BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device. So please don’t try to reinvent the wheel – dive right into this github repository to port PJSIP to BlackBerry 10. Remember to follow the README instructions as they are very important. You can also follow the instructions in PJSIP porting guide knowledge base article.
If you run into any issues in porting PJSIP to BlackBerry 10 you can send me a tweet @_GurtejSandhu or write your comment below and I will be happy to assist.
Again, huge kudos to Bob Cripps for contributing his recent work in simplifying building PJSIP for BlackBerry 10.
BlackBerry 10 Development:
Published 21 November 2012
Tags: pjsip, video, vp8
The ever productive Régis Montoya has released more goodies:
I’m pleased to share a first release of vp8 codec glue for pjsip. It rely on libvpx from webm project. As usually with contributions from csipsimple it’s only the C code (without toolchain integration as we use a separate one for now). Code style is probably also a little bit crappy but I count on feedback to make this better :).
via VP8 codec post on pjsip mailing list.
As an aside Opus codec integration for pjsip is also available from CSipSimple project.
Enjoy, and join the pjsip mailing list to discuss this with Régis.
Published 12 September 2012
Good news from the audio codec side. Opus, which can be seen as the next generation Speex I guess, is now an IETF standard.
It’s probably a good idea to put it in pjmedia, as we do now with Speex, so we’ll put it in our (long) TODO list… No promises when though!
It’s Opus, it rocks and now it’s an audio codec standard! ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog.
Published 15 June 2012
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