TrueConf Releases an Open Source Application for Video Enabled Kiosks

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TrueConf has released the TrueConf Kiosk source code. TrueConf hopes this will make video kiosk software more accessible by providing developers with an open source application for real-time customer service via video conferencing. Embedded video conferencing systems traditionally require recruiting skilled software engineers, commissioning a custom development or learning SDK. To make the process easier, […]

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Barix Introduces Openly-Programmable IP Audio Module for Third-Party Product Developers at ISE 2018

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Barix is introducing at ISE 2018 its newest-generation IP Audio Module, the IPAM 400. The Linux-based IPAM 400 is Barix’s most powerful OEM audio platform to date, combining a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 MPCore processor and an open-source programming model for supporting complex signal handling and an array of applications. The new module supports multiple audio formats […]

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Open Source Culture

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Sometimes the genesis of a blog is a funny thing. I listened to a TedX talk about a month ago on open source culture, and immediately had the inspiration to write this piece but just hadn’t found the time yet. Then last week, Alan Vezina of Jydo, a company I’ve heard of but still need […]

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