Shenzhen, China – December 25, 2012--OpenVox Communication Co.,Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today to release its FIRST Hot-Swap Asterisk-Based GSM Gateways—VoxStack series GSM Gateway to the open source telephony community. VoxStack comes with OpenVox creative modular design that provides up to 5 plug-in GSM gateway modules which could support up to 20 GSM channels. This unique design provides more flexibility on hardware upgrade and system backup than just cost savings on GSM solutions.
There are two GSM Gateway models with VoxStack series GSM Gateway, the VS-GW1200-4G and VS-GW1600. The Modular Design GSM Gateways are ranging from 4 up to 20 GSM channels, developed for interconnecting a wide selection of codecs and signaling protocol, including G.711A, G.711U, G.729, G.722, G.726, iLBC, GSM & SIP, to the GSM cellular networks to quickly reduce telecommunication expenses and maximize cost-savings. With the unique design of the VoxStack Gateway, it can support hot-swap for both SIM cards and GSM gateway modules. Users can simply add or remove the modules for hardware expansion or exchange. Each GSM gateway module runs an independent asterisk system inside.
“We’ve been developing asterisk hardware for the open source community for years and we try our best to enable our community members to take full advantages from it. Even for the New GSM gateway. So we decided to include asterisk with our GSM gateways.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “Today we are proud to announce the new release of our Voxstack series GSM gateways, with the creative modular design and fully backed up with Lifetime warranty to ensure satisfaction guarantee for all our customers.”
The VoxStack gateway designs with a Lan Switch board that provides stackability on the hardware upgrade. It supports SMS messages sending and receiving and group sending and SMS to email. The GSM Gateways will be 100% compatible with asterisk, Elastix, trixbox, 3CX and FreeSWITCH sip server.
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