eWeek has a new review of Asterisk.
Asterisk 1.2.1 is an extremely flexible IP PBX that provides an excellent range of telephony features, with the added benefit of being available for free under the GNU General Public License. IT implementers will find Asterisk to be a good choice for a pilot voice-over-IP rollout—one that can grow as the project grows. However, due to design and management difficulties in larger networks, administrators of such networks should not move forward without at least investigating a third-party support contract.
- October 10, 2004: ZDNET: Open-source VoIP will be bigger than Linux
- October 17, 2004: ZDNet: Open-source VoIP 'will be bigger than Linux'
- January 26, 2005: Voxilla: Open-Source PBX Battle Brewing
- September 17, 2006: SlashDot: Cisco VoIP Ditched for Open-Source Asterisk
- January 14, 2005: R2/MFC Mexico FREE calls to test chan_unicall
- March 27, 2006: Nerd Vittles: Unlimited U.S. Cell Phone Calls for $5
- May 27, 2006: Development news :: Smarter medialess calls
- September 27, 2006: Nurses taking house calls
- May 23, 2007: astcallcenters: Outgoing calls on TrixBox
- September 30, 2010: Scheduling automated calls between two participants with res_calendar
- October 25, 2010: Encrypted mobile to landline phone calls with Asterisk
- February 9, 2013: VoIPGMap: Graphing active Asterisk calls on Google Maps
- October 13, 2004: Slacker.com: ZyXEL Prestige 2000W and Asterisk PBX