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Submission + - A full VoIP PBX in a USB memory stick

RogerMo writes: Looks like VoIP has a new form factor with a business bundling an asterisk deployment into a live-USB linux memory stick. From the site: " The VoIP TelePort is a voice over IP business phone system built into the form factor of a USB memory stick. This exciting new product brings the power and features of an expensive enterprise PBX into a small handheld USB memory stick. Plug-in the VoIP TelePort into any modern desktop, laptop or server with a USB port and you will have a full VoIP phone system."

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