For a long time we have followed the path of the open source telephone products. The Grand Daddy of them being Asterisk, a remarkably well developed PBX, that we even played with it on a spare Linux machine some years back.

A Canadian company that has done some interesting work in commercializing this market space is Jazinga Inc. An analysis of their current business situation appeared in the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business. A number of Canadian entrepreneurs comment on the company’s prospects and suggest ways to move forward. Read the article written by Charles Mandel.

Additionally there was a recent review of the Jazinga product (which, oddly, seems not to have a name other than the company name) done recently by Jon Arnold that you can read here.

Now if only they’d develop an OSS that managed the whole thing remotely for me…

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