Last month I attended KAZOOcon, an annual event for the users of the 2600Hz KAZOO platform. KAZOO is an open source project delivering a carrier grade VoIP communications platform, essentially an open source alternative to the original Broadsoft platform. 2600Hz is used by a range of carriers and MSPs as the underlying platform they use to deliver a branded UCaaS offering.
Most end users don’t think about what powers their telephony and business communication systems, but there’s a lot of technology in the underlying platforms. While not a household name, one of the key providers of this technology is 2600Hz and its KAZOO communication and collaboration open-source software platform. KAZOO is aimed at service providers offering VoIP, UCaaS, and related services, enabling them to use 2600Hz’s many APIs to build and deliver customized communication services.