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ALE Central Mtg. for Thursday, April 12, 2007

Filed at 11:31 am under by Ruscetta


With appreciation to Preston Ladds for coordinating
contacts with the Atlanta Asterisk User Group, the
ALE Central presentation for Thursday, April 12th
will be:

A Linux Enthusiast’s View of the
Asterisk Open Source IP-PBX

Presented by Steven Henke

Synopsis:
This presentation approaches VoIP and the Asterisk
IP-PBX telecommunications project from its Linux
heritage and foundations. It will show how Asterisk
and its related packages are now become some of
the most useful and popular Linux projects.


Special Note:
Steve’s talk for ALE is also a prelude to a full presentation
and demonstration of an Asterisk based, converged and
interoperable wireless communications system he will
be offering at the Asterisk Install Fest and Conference:
— Saturday, April 28, 2007, 9:00AM to 2:00PM at the
— Georgia Tech Klaus Advanced Computing Building,
— 266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, Georgia.

The event is being hosted and sponsored by the
Atlanta Asterisk Users Group (ATLAUG). Additional
information and RSVP registration can be found at:
http://atlaug.com/blog/?page_id=30

Bio:
Steven Henke is a developer of wireless communications
equipment and systems with a personal and professional
interest in the Asterisk Open Source IP-PBX.