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Riccardo Tempesta's Skyp2PBX speech at the Broadband Business Forum 2008, Rome 3 December

Riccardo Tempesta's Skyp2PBX speech at the Broadband Business Forum 2008, Rome 3 December

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    • Hybrid Open Source Telephony (OST) and Proprietary Scenarios Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 A new outcoming solution:
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 International calls with SkypeOUT SkypeOUT service allows you to make an international call at 0,017 € per minute! With subscriptions it can be even lower than 0,017 € per minute. Virtual office with SkypeIN SkypeIN service allows you to create a geographical phone number connected to your Skype account Million of users Skype has about 240 million users and your potential customers Why should I need Skype™ integrated to my PBX? Five good reasons Customers can call my company for free You can publish a “callme” button on your web site and your customers will Be able to call you for free with a single click More services from Skype world My company can give more services than a standard VoIP system (i.e.chat or file transfer).
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 World of yesterday Two opposed worlds Open Source World of Asterisk and OpenSER Proprietary World of Skype VS
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 World of yesterday Installing Skype™ client in a company context: too many problems Network security impact You have one more application in your network You have to face file transfer risks Software/Hardware maintenance You have to install Skype™ and keep it always updated in every PC You have tons of cables and headphones all around your desktop Chat Chat time wasting threat You are exposed to social engineering threat You have no voice integrations between your PBX and Skype™ You cannot transfer a call from Skype™ to a PBX extension You have two ringing phones and two separate voicemails You cannot rely on an IVR
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 World of yesterday Two opposed ways of thinking telephony OST World Skype™ World It is flexible It is scalable and customizable It is reliable , trusted and compatible It is supported by a community of developers It is company oriented It uses standard protocols It is easy to install even on PDAs It has one of the best voice quality in the VoIP world It is the biggest VoIP provider in the world Landline calls are cheap It is single user oriented It uses a proprietary protocol
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Integrating OST and Skype™ There is no direct way to do it Skype™ world Asterisk OpenSER Callweaver ecc… We need something to make the two worlds communicate. Something to translate the Skype™ VoIP in a standard and open protocol.
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Integrating OST and Skype™ Skype gateways can do it for you Skype™ world Asterisk OpenSER Callweaver ecc… Skip2PBX is a propietary software powered by Linux able to connect the Skype™ world and the PBX world http://www.skip2pbx.com
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Skype-to-Skype calls SkypeIN/SkypeOUT Website callme Wi-Fi Skypephones H3G Skypephones Your existing TELCO providers Skype™ as a new provider
      • SIP G.711 (asterisk 100% compatible)
      • Sangoma cards (Analog and ISDN/PRI)
      • Dialogic/Eicon Diva Servers (ISDN BRI)
      • Digium (Analog and ISDN/PRI)
      PBX connectivity
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Integrating OST and Skype™ in a company Skype as company extension While you are away from your office you can use a Skype™ client as an Internal PBX extension . You will be always connected. H3G UMTS Skypephone Always connected to Skype Wi-fi Skypephone Where a wi-fi is active Laptop or Micro laptop With a connect card or wi-fi PDA or Smartphone UMTS or Wi-fi
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Integrating OST and Skype™ in a company More than a simple VoIP service – Integrate it with Skip2PBX Skip2PBX is scriptable You can script your software in a simple XML file You can integrate all the Skype™ services like presence, SMS, chat, file transfer, etc… HTTP API You can use system functions with a simple HTTP GET You can remotely command Skip2PBX to make a Skype™ call, read the addressbook, etc… Skip2PBX directly in your Open Source PBX You can install Skip2PBX on an existing Debian or Ubuntu like linux system You can install Skip2PBX with or without its web interface Python , PHP classes and other languages You can access low level functions of Skip2PBX with a simple Python or PHP script Other languages can interact with the system via UNIX socket
    • BBF - ExpoComm 2008 Open Source Telephony and Skype™ integrations Rome - 3° December 2008 Thank you