Shenzhen, China – July 20th , 2012--OpenVox Communication Co. Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, is cutting the price on its GSM interface cards, providing clients and developers a savings of nearly 50% on purchasing its GSM hardware. Meanwhile, OpenVox also adds 3G (WCDMA) connection to lead the updated mobile technology into the open source telephony system and, that makes OpenVox a step forward over its competitors on the Mobile IPPBX market.
“In order to be more cost-effective and competitive in the mobile telephony market, we’ve been working very hard to upgrade our GSM products as well as to reduce the cost. And we did it. We’ve also made great improvements on the GSM software application with the open source Chan_extra project.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “Companies are investigating smarter to build their own GSM telephony system during the current economic situation. They want more for less. In this aspect, we determine to reduce the price of the GSM products by 50% in order to be truly competitive in this market.
Employing OpenVox`s 3G(WCDMA) technology, the 3G module supports Quad-Band frequencies (WCDMA850/900/1900/2100MHz) for worldwide compatibility with 3G wireless carrier networks.
The modular design of the board provides from one to four WCDMA ports and can be configured with any combination of GSM and WCDMA modules (Maximum 4 ports). Each GSM/WCDMA port operates as an independent mobile interface that supports voice, data and SMS access to and from any PBX extension or device within the IPPBX network.
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