[Announce] Intel and Nokia announce open source telephony project (oFono)

Aki Niemi aki.niemi at nokia.com
Mon May 11 19:34:05 BST 2009

Intel and Nokia are pleased to jointly announce the oFono project
(http://ofono.org), an open source project for developing an open source
telephony solution.

oFono.org is a place to bring developers together around designing an
infrastructure for building mobile telephony (GSM/UMTS) applications.
oFono.org is licensed under GPLv2, and it includes a high-level D-Bus
API for use by telephony applications of any license.  oFono.org also
includes a low-level plug-in API for integrating with Open Source as
well as third party telephony stacks, cellular modems and storage
back-ends.  The plug-in API functionality is modeled on public
standards, in particular 3GPP TS 27.007 "AT command set for User
Equipment (UE)."

Source code is available on http://ofono.org/downloads and a high-level
architecture diagram is available on http://ofono.org/documentation.  To
join the mailing list, go to http://lists.ofono.org/listinfo/ofono.

Nokia and Intel will jointly maintain the oFono project.  We'd like to
invite all developers to join the oFono.org effort and community.

Marcel Holtmann <holtmann at linux.intel.com>, Intel Open Source Technology
Aki Niemi <aki.niemi at nokia.com>, Nokia Devices R&D, Maemo Software

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