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New VoIP choices for Linux   
Saturday, February 21 2004 @ 07:10 AM CST
Contributed by: Linegod

Open SourceFrom Open:

Free at last: Business communicators can get to know the wonders, wallops, and weaknesses of soft phones by downloading free Linux soft phone from telephony whiz-kids, Zultys Technologies. This week, find out what Zultys offers in telephony solutions for any business where mobility is required, plus honest observations about VoIP's technology kinks.

For those bigger-picture readers still wondering how Open Source-friendly vendors can turn wider corners of profit, read about the goings-on next month in San Francisco, when lawyers, VCs, and business-model mavens in Open Source businesses stage a panel-fest. A star-studded cast will focus on post-graduate questions such as, 'How do you make money off this stuff?'

For this week's stories, click here

Regards,

The editors of Open magazine

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