Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


Building an Open Source VoIP hardware phone

Introduction to OP^2 Project, which provides a framework for implementing SIP hardware phones.

Project OP^2 started as a self-learning experience to see if the features present in SIP desktop clients could be brought to a hardware device. Traditional VoIP hardware phones are very closed systems, and Project OP^2 was designed with openness and flexibility in mind. The first prototypes were built using a RaspberryPi as the hardware platform.


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