Telium is pleased to announce that it’s high availability VoIP engine will be providing communications for vehicular tunnel emergency phones. Telium is proud to work with some of the worlds most innovative communication companies, and Telium delivers an integral part of many emergency communication systems.
Due to cost increases in software libraries in use and general operating costs, Telium must pass along a price increase on selected products. Some products will incur a price increase on July 1, 2022, and the remainder on September 1, 2022.
One of Brazil’s largest ITSP’s has selected Telium’s HA product to ensure uptime of their entire telecom infrastructure. By leveraging the Telium’s OEM edition this ITSP will ensure call continuity in the event of any telephony failure.
Telium is proud to have received praise from Linux Admin magazine in their discussion of High Availability for VoIP, with an in-depth examination of High Availability for Asterisk (HAast) and High Availability for FreeSWITCH (HAfs). Read the full article at https://www.admin-magazine.com/Archive/2022/68
Although Red Hat is dropping official support for CentOS 8 as of January 31, 2022, Telium will continue to support RHEL 8 and later releases. For customers looking for a free alternative to RHEL 8, Telium recommends AlmaLinux (http://https://almalinux.org)
Telium is pleased to announce the 2022 OEM Partner Conference. This invitation only event will create an opportunity for channel partners to see what’s in the product pipeline for the next 36 months, and also provide channel partners with an opportunity to affect the direction of new and existing products. This event is scheduled to be an in-person conference held in Toronto Canada on April 19th 2022; however, depending on pandemic conditions the event may be switched to virtual.