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sipXecs Enterprise PBX

IMG: sipXecs Enterprise PBX
sipXecs Enterprise PBX
Part Number: 033680000
The sipXecs IP PBX is an open source alternative to commercial private branch exchange (PBX) systems from vendors such as Avaya, Nortel, Cisco, Siemens, NEC and others. Vis-a-vis Asterisk sipXecs scales to larger installations, offers more unified communications features and is easier to use. The sipXecs IP PBX is a native SIP based solution that offers all the typical features expected from a PBX, including voicemail, unified messaging, auto-attendant, conferencing, presence and call center capabilities. The sipXecs IP PBX can be deployed on a single server for smaller installations or as a distributed and optionally redundant system for larger deployments. It's Web Services (SOA) based management and configuration system allows centralized management of a distributed system and offers plug & play configuration for all phones and gateways. The sipXecs IP PBX effort aims at providing a fully capable open source unified communications solution for the mid-enterprise market. The mid-enterprise market ranges from a few hundred users to several ten thousand users, typically located in different buildings, locations or countries. Amazon.com has been an early user of sipXecs worldwide. Currently (2009), Amazon.com uses sipXecs worldwide for over 6,000 employees. sipXecs, of course, can also be used for much smaller deployments. It's easy to setup and use. Optional HA-IP Edition

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  • Trix CE OpenSource Business Telephone System

    IMG: Trix CE OpenSource Business Telephone System
    Trix CE OpenSource Business Telephone System
    Part Number: 033679000
    The Trix CE platform is North America's most popular Open Source Business Telephone System. As a result, a number of third party developers have created a wealth of applications, and SIP based hardware that augments the system's already impressive feature list. A cell phone app for Apple's iPhone and Googles Android that eliminates the need for a system desktop telephone underscores the key difference between open source communities and proprietary PBX equipment makers; no brand loyalty, just what works best. The Trix Box system supports 800 simultaneous calls in progress, which comfortably enables 2000 extensions. CoMedia's own Voice Enabled Data (VED) application, whereby SQL and MySQL data is accessible via end-user mobile telephones, was initially designed around this platform. Optional HA-IP Edition

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