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Posts Tagged ‘voip’

Meet Phono – Tropo’s Web Phone

Posted January 23, 2012 by Adam Kalsey
Have you heard about Phono, our open source Javascript Phone API project? Phono is a free HTML5 jQuery-based web phone that you can add to any web page to place or receive open SIP-based VoIP calls to/from any web browser (or iOS/Android mobile device using Phono Mobile)! Phono can be connected to Tropo to place Read More >>

WebPulp.TV Interviews Tropo

Posted December 20, 2011 by Team Tropo
Jose de Castro, our Chief Architect, was recently interviewed by Josh Owens from WebPulp.TV on the interworkings of Tropo's Webscale cloud communications platform. Topics covered include: scripting languages (ruby, python, php, groovy, and javascript) scaling our data centers and APIs message queues (rabbitMQ and activeMQ) media server technology VoIP and SIP QoS redundant telco carriers Read More >>

How to Build a VoIP-Based Baby Monitor

Posted February 17, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
Two members of the Phono/Tropo team, and soon a third member, have recently added new babies to their families. Congratulations Mark, Justin, and John! All of this excitement got the hacker in me thinking…  What would a modern Baby Monitor look like today?  Armed with the Phono and Tropo APIs, I started hacking and 2 hours Read More >>