Open source Technologies

In the course of recent decades, open source market has gained an indispensable position amongst companies. It is calculated that open source software collectively saves companies $60B annually. More than the cost savings, the continuously evolving nature of open source - where many developers contribute and modify - it is more secure and less vulnerable to bugs. Key advantages of using open source technologies are:

  • Reduce costs
  • Bug correction
  • Better hardware compatibility
  • Simple license management
  • Scalability, etc.

Alliedsol has a team of experts working on various open source technologies. Our expertise includes:

VoIP

VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol. It is also referred to as IP Telephony. It allows you to make and receive phone calls over the Internet instead of a regular analog phone line. Based on the services offered by the VoIP service provider, phone calls can be made to users using the same VoIP service, or to others using a PSTN service.
It is estimated that businesses save an average of 50%-70% after switching their phone services to VoIP.
We have some of the most experienced VoIP engineers in our team, who have been working on in the field of IP Telephony since early years of 2000. We have built products for the companies as well as provided custom solutions to various telcos using open source technologies such as:

  • Asterisk
  • FreeSwitch
  • openSIPS
  • Kamailio SIP Server
  • WebRTC

Our team has expertise in the following protocols: SIP, RTP, H323 and XMPP (for IM).

WebRTC

WebRTC provides web browsers and mobile applications with Real Time Communications (RTC) capabilities through simple APIs. The WebRTC initiative is a project supported by Google, Mozilla and Opera amongst others whose mission is to enable rich, high-quality RTC applications to be developed for the browser, mobile platforms and IoT devices, and allow them all to communicate via a common set of protocols. Over the years, we have helped various businesses to reduce the cost and improve efficiency by providing custom WebRTC applications for uses such as Video calling/conferencing, integrating WebRTC with other VoIP/SIP services etc.

iOS/Android

We have years of experience in developing mobile applications, and have built applications for all the major platforms. We have expertise in both native and hybrid platforms and are capable of providing end-to-end solutions such as planning architecture, designing, developing and deploying.

Our expertise includes: Mobile Framework: Android SDK, iOS SDK, Xamarin, PhoneGap, Appcelerator Titanium, Sencha Touch, Telerik, Ionic. IDE: Eclipse, Android Studio, Xcode, NetBeans UI Framework: Cocoa Touch, Tapestry UI, Kendo UI Mobile, Advanced JavaScript frameworks, HTML5, CSS3, JQuery Mobile MADP: KonyOne, Kony Middleware, KPNS - KonyOne Push Notification Server and LUA Programming Language.

LAMP

Lamp Stack is a popular web platform used to run dynamic websites and servers. This is the chosen platform by many for deploying high-performance web services that require a reliable foundation.

Java/J2EE

Java, the general purpose programming language is a commonly used foundation for developing and delivering content on the web. The language has a number of features that make it suitable for use on the web.

RIM

Nagios - The industry standard for IT infrastructure monitoring monitors all mission-critical infrastructure components including applications, services, operating systems, network protocols, systems metrics, and network infrastructure. Along with its numerous 3rd party add-ons, Nagios can monitor virtually all applications, systems and services. MRTG - The Multi Router Traffic Grapher is an open source tool to monitor traffic load on network links. It provides the traffic load on a network over time in a graphical format.