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Erlang for Christmas Shoppers: Why the other checkout line is faster than yours

The Erlang-B calculation is used in telephony systems to describe the probability of call loss on a group of circuits without call buffering. It is however not limited to telephone networks, since it describes a probability in a queuing system. Based on this concept, Bill Hammack from the University of Illinois explains why the other…

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VMware image for sip:provicerCE available

Due to the great success of the VirtualBox image, we’ve created a VMware image of sip:providerCE for quick testing of our free product. Please check out the documentation regarding how to use sip:providerCE virtualization images.

Running sip:providerCE on Virtualbox in Windows

The demand for testing the sip:providerCE on Virtualbox in Windows is actually bigger than expected, and there came up a couple of issues we’re currently working on: The default version when downloading Virtualbox is 3.2.12, which does not support the OVA format (which in fact is just a TAR of the OVF file together with…

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sip:providerCE – the first release of the open-source Class5 VoIP platform

We at Sipwise are excited to announce the first public release of the sip:provider Community Edition (CE). It is a SIP based Class5 VoIP soft-switch, providing every component an operator needs to offer VoIP services. It comes as a communication platform leveraging the capabilities of Kamailio, SEMS and Asterisk, complemented by our own open-sourced building…

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