Telium will no longer build and release its software products for old operating systems or architectures as of June 1st 2019. With the recent release of Ubuntu 19 and RHEL 8, Telium will no longer compile its software products for Ubuntu 13 or earlier, RHEL 6 or earlier, or Debian 8 or earlier. As well, Telium products will only be released for 64-bit architectures going forward. Telium will continue to offer existing customers technical support for ALL software already released and protected by a maintenance agreement; however, new software will only be released on modern operating systems.
After a lengthy conversion process we are finally rebranded as telium.io The new name reflects our commitment to IoT through our TeleData series of products, while also resonating with our telephony customer base (what’s more I/O than telephony). The old website and email addresses will continue to function for many years – so we won’t lose touch!
Telium is pleased to announce 5G compatibility in its TeleData product line. The Generation T series of CAN bus interfaces now includes a 5G modem capable of full-time, low-power data exchange with all onboard devices. The Generation T series now places smart-vehicle to smart-city functionality within reach of all developers.
Join Telium’s management and technical teams for a Partner Conference from June 24-26, 2019. Located at the beautiful Blue Mountain Resort (just outside Toronto, Canada), the conference will provide an opportunity to learn about the direction of new and existing products, and also provide attendees with an opportunity to shape Telium’s products of the future. Telium will be reviewing its 3 year product and service roadmap, and will also release information about new partner programs and features.
Telium is pleased to announce that Tunstall GmbH has selected High Availability for Asterisk (HAAst) to be part of its Telehealth home monitoring and communications infrastructure. With HAAst, Tunstall is able to ensure its at-home Telecare customers are always in reach.
Telium is pleased to announce that Motorola Solutions has selected High Availability for Asterisk (HAAst) to be part of their Tetra-to-PSTN radio gateway. With HAAst, Motorola is able to offer emergency responders uninterrupted PSTN access from the scene of any emergency.
Telium’s High Availability for Asterisk (HAAst) software is now available with 256-bit AES encryption. Available as an option in the OEM edition, HAAst can now meet the needs of military, government, and high security installations.
Telium is pleased to announce support for a broad range of LCD (and VFD) displays to monitor and control HAAst. The displays can show a range of information including HAAst status, synchronization activity, and overall health. Optional LED control (available on CrystalFontz displays) helps users understand PBX status at a glance with red/yellow/green lights. HAAst also supports local control using an available keypad on the display. Administrators can promote/demote a HAAst peer, shutdown/restart the PBX, etc. all using the front panel display and buttons. LCD control is integrated into the base HAAst product and is available for immediate download by existing customers. Any customers requiring customization for a unique display can contact Telium support for assistance.