Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Intel, Samsung to lead new Linux platform

28 September 2011
Two Linux groups said on Wednesday they would combine their technologies to create a new operating software platform for a range of mobile devices led by Intel and Samsung Electronics .
LiMo Foundation and the Linux Foundation said the new Tizen platform is an open-source, standards-based software platform that supports multiple devices including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, netbooks and in-vehicle ‘infotainment’ systems.
The initial release of Tizen is planned for the first quarter of 2012, enabling the first devices using the platform to come to market in mid-2012, the two groups said.
The world’s largest semiconductor firm Intel, which also has its own MeeGo Linux version, and Samsung Electronics, the second biggest maker of cell phones and one of the key contributors to LiMo, will head the technical steering committee of the new platform.
Linux-based operating systems have already gained traction in mobile devices with Google Inc’s Android rising to the top spot in global smartphone rankings, but the market share for other Linux variants has been marginal.
Samsung is the leading manufacturer using Google’s Android platform, but a spokesman for the company said the move was in line with the company’s strategy.
‘We’ve been a core Linux partner ... and this is in line with our strategy of supporting many platforms,’ a Samsung spokesman in Seoul said.
Linux is the most popular type of free or so-called open source computer operating system, which is available to the public to be used, revised and shared.
Linux suppliers earn money selling improvements and technical services. 
Sources: Khaleej Times UAE

Monday, September 19, 2011

Asterisk CDR Tool

I have recently developed the CDR (Call Detail Report) for asterisk. It has several features.

  • Total Call Summary Report
  • Total Minutes usage from each provider
  • Caller ID Search with Date range 
  • Agents Performance & Call Details for 24 hours cycle. 

Monday, June 20, 2011

IP Telephony in Middle East

IP Telephony is next revolutionary in modern communication. It promises all state of the art features and services that really ease life of a common man. It greatly helps businesses to enhance their daily operations & is able to manage communication resources in a reasonable way.
IP Telephony has already emerged and become very popular in western part of the world due to its great flexibility & features.
IP Telephony has great potential for all sorts of businesses in Middle East and the reason is same as that of western part.
It greatly help to reduce the cost as compare to traditional telephone system deployed in any business.
It can utilize the same data network infrastructure as used for computer data network and can easily start without having any additional cabling for telephone.
 It can further reduce cost as using same computer terminal as telephone handset in the software form.
Utilizing a good software component, IP Telephony system can deliver excellent reporting tools and help businesses to control the expenses on their telephone utility bills.
IP Telephony has several features like voicemail, voicemail to email, IVR, IVR to CRM, text to speech, dictation, Call back, connecting multiple offices, remote trunkings and much more.
for complete list of features and implementing the IP Telephony in your business.
Please contact:
Numan Khan

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Asterisk™: The Definitive Guide 3rd Edition Covering Asterisk 1.8 (Available online for the study)

The latest release of Asterisk Bible

'Asterisk™: The Definitive Guide'

has been released. Study it online

If you need a PDF copy send me email at

Numan Khan

Asterisk Consultant Dubai UAE