Review:Yate- Yet Another Telephony Engine

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Bug Report

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Page filed from Yate-_Yet_Another_Telephony_Engine
Subject Yate 4 release
Report The current version of the software is Yate 4.0.0.

Added features:

   * SS7 components for mobile operators - SCCP, TCAP, MAP and CAMEL
   * Javascript new implementation for fast prototyping of telephony applications.
   * LNP over ANSI SS7
   * T.38 fax support over MGCP digital gateways
   * Alerts, monitoring and logging.
   * YateClient got a brand new face 

Minor improvements

   * Better debugging informations
   * Atomic operations used if architecture and compiler support them
Review license The license listed for this project is not in urgent need of review by an administrator.

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