david.villasmil.work at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 14:19:10 PDT 2008
I would never BUY a Mera, I have lots of experience with Mera, and although
the system is not bad at all, IMHO it is way too expensive given all the
OpenSource projects out there. AFAIK, FS can hold at least 300+ simultaneous
calls. But even if there wasn't a FS, there's Openser and there's Asterisk.
With OpenSer and FS or Asterisk you can easily create something stable,
scalable and programmable for any needs you might have in the future,
something you (at least in principle) don't have with Mera. With OpenSer+FS
or Openser+Asterisk you can do ANY amount of calls you want, its just a
matter of having the time to create all the extras you need, like billing
(but CDRTool is out there) and such.
And you can donate a small percentage of whatever you were planning to spend
on the Mera to the FS/OpenSER/Asterisk projects.
Just a thought!
Have fun integrating them!
On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 11:22 PM, Jair Santos <jairds at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Hello ,
> I would like to share with you the email below that I exchanged with
> the representative of Mera Systems. I was about to evaluate their product
> when I stumbled with FS. He, of course, is trying to say that FS is not
> able to support more than 300 simultaneous calls and that I should buy their
> Anyway, the intention is only to ask for some comments from the guys who
> really know how FS behave in a production environment.
> Thank you
> Jair Santos
> Hi Jair,
> We have over 1000 high-end developers on staff in Russia, we write software
> for Nortel (Meridian PBXes), Siemens, Alcatel, Ericsson, etc. Why would we
> use Asterisk as a core for our systems? Some of our products can deliver
> Call Per Second rates up to 1000, I guess about 50 times more than Asterisk
> Might be that someone telling this to you mixed us with PortaOne, a
> Ukrainian developer. They, indeed, use Asterisk and SER in their products,
> like most other companies selling "their" switching solutions.
> In any case, as a start-up the path you are taling is reasonable, but I
> really doubt you will stay on Freeswitch once you hit 300 calls in peak. Or
> - you will need to run lots of unbinded servers with separate IPs, each
> supporting some 300 calls.
> ----- Original Message ----- *From:* Jair Santos <jairds at shaw.ca>
> *To:* 'Dmitry Stafeev' <dmitry.stafeev at merasystems.ca>
> *Sent:* Thursday, July 31, 2008 2:59 PM
> *Subject:* RE: New Registration at mera-systems.com (from Canada)
> What we've heard is that it is much better than Asterisk which I guess is
> the base of your system.
> The information from the FS home page.
> - Tested under load for over 100 hours
> - 10,000,000+ calls
> - At rates exceeding 50 CPS
> Performance will vary depending on application. You will need to test for
> your particular situation.
> Retrieved from "http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Specsheet"
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