Shenzhen, China – June 28th, 2012--OpenVox Communication Co. Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today that the new and small IPPBX--iCallDroid, dedicated in home use, is now available worldwide. It provides a full-feature asterisk-based IPPBX system to home users and SOHOs and enables your android phones and iphones to register as extensions.
The iCallDroid is integrated with 1 FXO and 1 FXS ports to provide PSTN connectivity for home users. It supports up to 10 SIP concurrent calls or 2 G.729 transcoding calls when codec needed and it will be more than enough for home use. There is also one WAN port in iCallDroid to provide internet connection and it will need you to turn on your WIFI router to ensure your smart phones to get connected through it.
“Almost all our IPPBX manufacturers are focusing on the SMB and enterprise market, and we find that we are missing something. Something that’s really big in the market. It’s the IPPBX for home use.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “There has been a great demand on home IPPBX that we can not afford to miss. And thus we release the iCallDroid for home users and SOHOs so that they can take full advantages of the open source telephony technologies and make full use of it at home.”
With the iCallDroid, you can set up our own IVR at home and receive your voicemail for free. The follow me function will make sure you can answer any calls even if you are not at home. The most important thing is, it comes with full IPPBX functions and you can make it work in your own way.
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