Freeswitch 1.0.3 is released

Wow! The crew working on Freeswitch are certainly pushing forward. Michael Collins just post a notice of the availability of v1.0.3 which includes 127 fixes & changes. A couple of the more interesting include leveraging the Digium TC400B hardware for multi-channel G.729a and G.723.1 transcoding,  also AMR-WB passthough.

Kristian K of Star2Star and Astlinux fame has also worked to make Freeswitch compile within the Astlinux development environment. So you can have a high-performance SIP proxy and Asterisk running on small format embedded hardware. OMG, I love that!

Since Freeswitch is now an installable module for pfsense you could also have it running on your router. That’s great, too!

One thought on “Freeswitch 1.0.3 is released”

  1. Thanks for spreading the word. We have more stuff in store for the OSS telephony community but we’re trying not to get ahead of ourselves. 🙂

    Keep up the good work. This is a great blog.

    -MC

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