Re: looking for "solid state" like PC suitable for Asterisk

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2012/5/11 Gordon Henderson <gordon+asterisk@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, 11 May 2012, Olivier wrote:

2012/5/10, A J Stiles <asterisk_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
On Thursday 10 May 2012, Bart Coninckx wrote:
I'm looking for a smaller,
appliance-type like PC, preferably solid state and fanless PC.
Since it's only going to run Asterisk for a couple of extensions I don't
think CPU and RAM need to be maxed out.

Does anyone have inspiration/experience for/about such a model?

Raspberry Pi would be the obvious choice, surely?

What about G729 and Raspberry Pi ?

The transcode would be in software and very slow. Get more bandwidth :)

Yes, only if such software was available on a MIPS platform

Gordon


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