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» Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS - Second Edition - 3rd of February 2016
The Second Edition of Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS is now available on Packt Publishing web site, uncovering OpenSIPS 2.1 for all the users!  
» The OpenSIPS Releases - 14th of January 2016
Minor versions 2.1.2 and 1.11.6 are now available for public. The 2.1.2 release is an important minor release as it comes with a large set of spectacular fixes, related to the new 2.x architecture. Download and enjoy !  
 


OpenSIPS is an Open Source SIP proxy/server for voice, video, IM, presence and any other SIP extensions.


OpenSIPS is a multi-functional, multi-purpose signaling SIP server - it can act as SIP Router/Switch, SIP Registrar, Application Server, Redirect Server, Load Balancer / Dispatcher, Back-to-Back User Agent, Presence Server, IM Server, Session Border Controller, SIP Front-End, NAT traversal Server, IP Gateway (SMS, XMPP) and others - see the full Set of Features.


OpenSIPS is recommended for any kind of SIP scenario / service by:

  • the high throughput - tens of thousands of CPS, millions of ‏simultaneous calls (see official tests)
  • the flexibility of routing and integration - routing script for implementing custom routing logics, several interfacing APIs (see the Manual)
  • the effective application building - more than 120 modules to provide features, for SIP handling, for backend operations, for integration, for routing logics (see List of Modules)
» Download OpenSIPS
 2.1.2 - stable release
1.11.6 - stable LTS release
2.2-dev - devel version
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