How to get the PBX on a Pi firmware

PBX on a Pi firmware

A few lucky ipcortex partners that came to visit us at Sandown last week have Raspberry Pi firmware cards and we are now ready to offer these more widely.

The full package we are giving away is a paper getting started guide which encloses a pre-loaded SD firmware card. This gives you the 11 basic steps to configure a small SIP based phone network using your Pi with the SD card. It also has pointers to further more advanced documentation and help sources.

We are concentrating for now on getting this package into the hands of folks who can really make use of it, so if you work in education or the communications industry within the UK, please let us know what you would use it for using the form below and we may be able to send you one free of charge.

Availability of these cards is limited (we have about 50 available at the moment) so we may not be able to get one to everyone who applies. We are going to be reasonably selective for this first batch so please do give us a good description of what you will use it for and don’t be too disappointed if you aren’t initially successful. Once the first wave have been delivered and we see how they get used, we will be looking at other ways of getting the firmware out to folks who want it.

Please send me a Pi SD Card

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Firmware Licence

We developed the Pi image to allow wider experimentation and testing of our PBX firmware by individuals and for educational purposes. It hasn't been extensively load tested for use in a production environment in the same way that our commercial PBX units are and we don't want anyone to confuse the two. In order to receive a copy of the image, you need to acknowledge this by accepting the licence agreement below.

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About Rob Pickering

Rob is a reformed software engineer who has spent much of his life developing computer networking applications and infrastructure. His career started in the 1980s with hands on development of the Internet TCP/IP protocol stack through a spell as a development manager at 3Com in the 1990s before founding ipcortex where he is currently our CEO.
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