Matt Jordan

Blog Author

About the Author

Matt Jordan joined Digium in July of 2011. Since joining Digium, he has served as lead on the Asterisk open source project, as an Engineering Manager, and as Director of Technology. In June 2016, Jordan was named CTO of Digium. In this role, Jordan is responsible for technology and architectural decisions used in the Company’s product and service offerings.Jordan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Michigan Technological University, and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana State University and multiple patents.

Asterisk 12 Part II: SIP and APIs

By Matt Jordan

In a previous blog post, we discussed the development goals for Asterisk 12 – namely a new SIP stack and improved APIs – and how the Asterisk community arrived at

Asterisk 12 Part I: In The Beginning…

By Matt Jordan

Asterisk 12 is just around the corner, and over the next few months we’ll have a series of blog posts covering the major new features and changes in this upcoming

Developing in Asterisk: The Asterisk 11 Configuration Framework

By Matt Jordan

This post on the Digium blog represents the first in a new series, “Developing in Asterisk”, focusing on (of all things) Asterisk development. The topics will explore building things inside

Asterisk 11 Development: The Motive for chan_motif

By Matt Jordan

If you’ve been watching the Asterisk trunk subversion repository lately, you may have noticed a new channel driver suddenly appear: chan_motif. And you may have asked, yourself, “Motif? What’s a

Asterisk 11 Development: Call IDs for Asterisk Logs

By Matt Jordan

The beta of Asterisk 11 is rapidly approaching, and we thought we’d highlight some of the features that have been added to Asterisk in this new major release. Previously, Kevin