News for June 2012

Kamailio v3.3.0 Released

Daniel-Constantin Mierla, of Asipto, co-founder and leader of Kamailio (OpenSER) SIP server, announced that Kamailio v3.3.0 is out – a new major release with a very large number of new features and improvements.

On June 18, 2012, Kamailio (OpenSER) 3.3.0 has been released – this release is a result of about 6 months of development and 2 months of testing from the teams of Kamailio (OpenSER) and SIP Express Router (SER) projects.

This version comes with 7 brand new modules in addition to a lot of fresh features in core and old modules. Continue reading full release notes at:

Enjoy SIP routing in a secure, flexible and easier way with Kamailio v3.3.0!

Asipto has recently announced two new training and consultancy public events where you can learn how to use Kamailio to build your rich communication services, read more about them at:

Edited: June 18th, 2012

Siremis v3.2.1 Released

Siremis v3.2.1 is out – the web management interface for Kamailio SIP Server (former Openser) and SIP Express Router (SER). This is the last major release to be compatible with Kamailio v3.2.x, next major releases will target upcoming Kamailio v3.3.x.

The new features in this release focused on adding web pages for self management of SIP users. If enabled, each SIP user can now login to Siremis and perform task to update their profile or view records related to their activities, such as:

  • change own Siremis password
  • change own SIP password
  • view own aliases
  • view own location records (registered phones)
  • view offline stored messages to be delivered to him/her
  • manage server-stored speed dial records
  • view the list of initiated calls
  • view the list of missed calls
  • view the CDRs of completed calls

Another new feature is the addition of a public registration form, which allows users to create an account by themselves. Upon registration, the new user will have a Siremis profile (to access the portal via web) and a SIP profile.

Step by step installation tutorial, screenshots and demo are available on the web at:

Siremis is used during Kamailio Advanced Training classes for management of SIP server, a good oportunity to learn about Siremis itself, check for next locations at:

Edited: June 7th, 2012

Kamailio Practical Workshop, Sep 10-12, 2012, Netherlands

Kamailio Practical Workshop is a new concept of knowledge transfer event offered by Asipto, coordinated by one co-founder of Kamailio, Daniel-Constantin Mierla, a person with many years of expertise and hands on experience with VoIP and Rich Communication Services. It combines consultancy and training services, targeting to offer practical results that are needed by each participant.

The structure of the workshop:

  • each participant comes with own set of requirements to build Kamailio-based platforms during the workshop
  • the coordinator will identify the topics of common interest and have dedicated sessions for them
  • participants can group together to work and achieve the building of VoIP systems they need
  • the coordinator will be there to guide, help to build and troubleshoot during the workshop

Date and Location:

  • September 10-12, 2012
  • Alkmaar, The Netherlands (45 min from Amsterdam airport)

More details about the event and registration process at:

Edited: June 5th, 2012

Kamailio Advanced Training, Sep 24-26, 2012, Seattle, WA, USA

Next US and North America edition of Kamailio Advanced Training will take place in Seattle, WA, USA, during September 24-26, 2012.

Kamailio project continues the work done within, offering since 2010 the same source code and all combined features together with SIP Express Router (SER), giving you the most powerful tools to build stable, very performant and features rich VoIP and Unified Communication platforms.

All together, the project accumulated over 10 years of development and thousands of production deployments (some references here), offering over 150 modules, from carrier oriented needs, like least cost routing, load balancing, traffic shaping, to residential services as call forwarding, hunt groups, call baring, instant messaging and presence, making possible a large range of specific deployments.

The class is organized by Asipto in collaboration with Flowroute and will be taught by Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder and core developer of Kamailio SIP Server project.

Read more details about the class and registration at:

Edited: June 4th, 2012