Sangoma Doesn’t Get Open Source

So, earlier today (2019-09-24), Sangoma tweeted the following:Is it possible to outgrow an #opensource #PBX? As your business grows, you might need to move to a more business-oriented solution with enhanced features & support. New blog at https://t.co/SvhwvcKARO #phonesystem — Sangoma (@Sangoma) <a href="https://twitter.com/Sangoma/status/1176564577670172672?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">September 24, 2019</a> If you don’t know, just over a year ago, Sangoma acquired Digium, the creators of Asterisk (which Sangoma called “the most widely used open source communication software in the world”). Sangoma is also the owner of FreePBX, “the most widely deployed open source PBX platform in use across the world.” I found it interesting that a company owning arguably two of the most widely used open source telephony projects in the world would discuss “outgrowing” open source… ...

September 25, 2019 · 4 min · Fred Posner