Shenzhen, China -- 09th Dec, 2011-- OpenVox Communication Co. Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced distributing new Octasic® SoftEcho supporting DAHDI driver. It provides one more option for users to enjoy high quality voice in small Asterisk® system now!
“We’ve been offering hardware echo cancellation options for all our telephony products to ensure the superior voice quality for phone systems.” said Lin Miao, the CEO of OpenVox, “But there is always a demand for cost effective software solution for small Asterisk® systems. Thus we cooperate with Octasic Inc. to upgrade the softecho to support DAHDI driver. And now we are proud to redistributing the new Octasic SoftEcho to our open source community.”
The new SoftEcho will significantly improve sound quality on the Asterisk® system, eliminating much of the noise one hears on a phone call, specifically when in a loud environment. Conferencing applications where multiple callers are on the line will benefit tremendously by the noticeable reduction in background noise.
Octasic`s SoftEcho is a simple to integrate echo cancellation application for Asterisk® based IP-PBX systems up to 16 channels. Available per channel, SoftEcho is a cost-effective way for Asterisk® integrators to leverage Octasic`s sound processing expertise to offer carrier-grade voice quality. In addition to keeping integration quick and simple, SoftEcho effectively eliminates users` support calls about unsatisfactory voice quality.
Founded in 2002, OpenVox has now evolved to become a global leading provider of open source telephony hardware and software products. OpenVox serves the Small and Medium Business and open source market with superior quality products that lower communication costs, increase system flexibility and enhance productivity in building PBX, Call Center, IVR and firewall applications. OpenVox continues to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions to the open source community and will always do. OpenVox and the OpenVox logo are the registered trademarks of OpenVox Communication Co Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.