Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Asterisk beats CISCO VoIP network

Surprisingly enough for CISCO, Sam Houston State University has shifted its CISCO VoIP platform to Asterisk, an open source VoIP network. The reason behind this shift is being told as cost effectiveness of Asterisk. There is requirement of License for keeping CISCO network up and this license fee was just unbearable. Until now almost 1600 IP phones have been shifted from CISCO call managers to Asterisk running on SIP. But almost whole of the LAN and WAN equipment still consists of CISCO manufactured products such as routers, gateways and switches. Not only this, they have also saved a lot in their electricity bills, as they do not require cooling equipments anymore. But the only demerit for Sam Houston State University is that they do not have technical support of CISCO any more and they have to depend upon some online freelancers

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