[Freeswitch-users] mod_gsmopen, now with USB dongle support (SMSs and Voice calls to/from Cellular Networks)
msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Apr 20 21:25:34 MSD 2012
Great news! FYI, I've got you scheduled for May 9th to come into the FS
community conference call to discuss this subject. For those wanting to
talk live to Giovanni about this subject be sure to order your E1550
dongles right away so that you can be a part of the discussion.
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 8:58 AM, Giovanni Maruzzelli <gmaruzz at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello FreeSWITCHers,
> the new version of GSMopen is basically usable, and the docs at the
> wiki almost up to date (barring the details of the config file, you
> don't need them now :) ).
> Good news is that GSMopen now supports Huawei E1550 and compatible
> dongles, that are cheap (roughly $20 on Ebay) and reliable.
> Thanks to dongle's pcm serial streaming via USB, no more need for
> sound hacks, ALSA, or any sound subsystem (and cpu load). All is
> It's reasonable to expect to be able to support many dozen concurrent
> calls per machine (dongles are USB 2.0 compliant).
> Works well right now on Linux and Windows, and would probably works on
> *BSD and OSX with minor tweaks.
> Code will be polished, refactured, rewritten, etc. But the thing is there.
> So, please update your source code to latest git, have a look at the
> wiki page, build mod_gsmopen, connect a dongle to your machine, and
> begin catching bugs and documentation inaccuracies. And asking for
> features for your use cases.
> Thanks to you all in advance, it's a pleasure and an honor to be part
> of this community.
> Giovanni Maruzzelli
> Cell : +39-347-2665618
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