Shenzhen, China-February 22nd, 2013-OpenVox Communication Co.,Ltd, a global provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced that the 3rd generation Asterisk-based appliance IX130 has been upgraded to IX132 by adopting the newly released OpenVox dual core embedded motherboard IPC120. IX132 not only keeps the creative modular design, but also upgrades to a dual core 1.86 GHz Intel processor which supports up to 4 E1 while 2 E1 by IX130 with the same competitive price
The upgrades enable IX132 to provide optional hardware RAID 1 feature for the system which can bring better data back up. Besides, the selectable mini PCI-e to USB raiser card allows users to plug dongle device in box easily and safely. In appearance, IX132 has no serial interface but a VGA instead.
“We have been dedicating to improving the IPPBX appliance performance and cutting the costing these years. With our staff’s constant efforts, I am proud to announce the cost effective upgraded IX132 to the open source community.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “IX132 possesses our latest embedded motherboard IPC120 powered by 1.86 GHz, dual core, 4-thread Atom D2550. And the punch point is that users can get the new edition appliance just at the same price as IX130.”
The IPPBX supports comprehensive protocol processing, including SIP, H.323 protocols in IP side and BRI, PRI, SS7, GSM and some protocols transcoding in CPE. Taking the full advantages of open source platform, the IX132 will now be preloaded with Elastix®, FreePBX, PBX in a FlashTM or trixbox® IPPBX software. A ready-to-work IPPBX as required will be delivered to your doorway momentary.
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.
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