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Subject: New VoIP choices for Linux
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 00:51:34 -0500
What's New at The Linux Line
Highlighting the February lineup of stories from The Linux Line, 
visionary Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger tells why grid computing is on his 
next-big-thing list, and why it takes the Internet to the next level. 
You'll also read about Stonesoft's firewall solution for Linux, and how to 
have fun with MP3 and Perl. In the Linux frontlines, you'll get the 
latest new about Australia's major insurers turning to Linux Virtual 
Services. For those who aren't yet Linux Line readers but wish to subscribe, 
click on:


February 20, 2004

Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source

Free at last: Business communicators can get to know the wonders, 
wallops, and weaknesses of soft phones by downloading free Linux soft phone 
from telephony whiz-kids, Zultys Technologies. This week, find out what 
Zultys offers in telephony solutions for any business where mobility is 
required, plus honest observations about VoIP's technology kinks.

For those bigger-picture readers still wondering how Open 
Source-friendly vendors can turn wider corners of profit, read about the goings-on 
next month in San Francisco, when lawyers, VCs, and business-model 
mavens in Open Source businesses stage a panel-fest. A star-studded cast 
will focus on post-graduate questions such as, 'How do you make money off 
this stuff?' 

For this week's stories, click on


The editors of Open magazine