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Open Source Initiative
Phonologies is an active contributor to the Open Source Community, promising quality, reliability, flexibility, lower cost and an end to predatory vendor lock-in.

Phonologies has contributed to the Open Source Community by distributing freely portions of source code of Oktopous™ ccXML Engine under a BSD style license. This has allowed telephony solution developers worldwide to adapt and evaluate the ccXML standard with no restrictions.

Phonologies also works with other third party Open Source products - such as FreeSWITCH, Asterisk, OpenVXI, Spider Monkey, Xerces, libCURL to name a few.

FreeSWITCH is currently the most widely adopted Open Source Telephony Server. Its popularity is evident from the support of countless developers constantly improving it. Phonologies InterpreXer™ has been integrated with FreeSWITCH, running as an end to end out of the box solution for SIP deployments. Soon, Oktopous™ will be available embedded into FreeSWITCH.

Open Source Oktopous™ ccXML PIK v1.1
Oktopous™ is an abstract, C++ implementation of the W3C Call Control XML (ccXML) standard. It is a "light-weight" toolkit, independent of the underlying telephony platform / protocols and is best suited for OEM customers / System Integrators looking to implement ccXML functionality in their product offerings.

Originally developed by Phonologies, Oktopous™ v1.1 has been adopted by more telephony platforms than any open source ccXML Browser. Oktopous™ v1.1 powers over 100,000 calls daily.

As of 7th July 2013, the Project is temporarily suspended. Phonologies has discovered large scale violation of the Phonologies Public License under which open source Oktopous™ is distributed and is currently investigating the matter.

Phonologies' humbly appeals to the public at large to report by writing to any such known violations. Such violations have caused loss to the open source community.

OpenVXI is a portable open source library that interprets VoiceXML dialog markup language documents. OpenVXI was distributed originally under 'The SpeechWorks Public License - Software, Version 1.1, Copyright (c) 2000-2001, SpeechWorks International, Inc'. The OpenVXI project was later acquired by Vocalocity. Phonologies InterpreXer™ is based on OpenVXI version 2.0.1.

Phonologies @ Cluecon
Phonologies was @ at Cluecon 2011, the annual 3-Day Open Source Telephony User and Developer Conference in Chicago, IL.

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