[Freeswitch-users] embedded freeswitch compatable hardware

Mark Campbell-Smith mcampbellsmith at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 04:13:07 PST 2009

I use a dectop by Data Evolution... Its cheap at ~$100.  I have it
running debian lenny and FS... works well for me.



On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 10:45 PM, Fred-145 <codecomplete at free.fr> wrote:
> Frank Carmickle wrote:
>> A board with an atom 330 on it would probably do the trick for you.  There
>> are a few made by Intel and Supermicro that look pretty nice.  There were
>> some other people on the list looking to use them.  Maybe we can get a
>> report from someone.
> Intel came up with the D945GSEJT, which is totally fanless and has an
> embedded DC/DC, so all you have to add is an external AC/DC power brick,
> some RAM, a PCI riser to save space, and either a hard-disk or a
> CompactFlash + IDE adaptor. I'm thinking of building one with a
> Digium-compatible PCI card.
> www.intel.com/products/desktop/motherboards/D945GSEJT/D945GSEJT-overview.htm
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