Shenzhen, China – August 19 , 2013 OpenVox Communication Co.,Ltd, a global professional leading provider of the best cost effective open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today to add multi port FXS gateways to its VoxStack family, the Hot-Swap Asterisk-Based Gateways. VoxStack series analog gateway comes with OpenVox creative modular design that provides up to 5 plug-in analog gateway modules which could provide up to 40 ports of FXS and 2 Ethernet ports. The VoxStack offers more flexibility on hardware upgrade and system backup with a high cost-effective solution for wide range of enterprise VoIP applications.
There are two multi port FXS analog gateway models with VoxStack series analog gateway, the VS-GW1200-8S that can support 8 FXS ports at the same time and VS-GW1600 analog series that can support up 40 FXS ports synchronously. The modular design analog gateways are developed for interconnecting a wide selection of codecs including G.711A, G.711U, G.729, G.722, G.723, ILBC, GSM. The analog gateways will be 100% compatible with Asterisk, Elastix, trixbox, 3CX FreeSWITCH sip server and VOS VoIP operating platform. The unique design of the VoxStack gateway enables it to support hot-swap for analog gateway modules. Users can simply add or remove the modules for hardware expansion or exchange. Each analog gateway module runs an independent asterisk system inside.
“We have got great feedbacks from our partners that our VoxStack GSM gateway is a hit in their market and this strengthens our confidence to fulfill our VoxStack product line with different interfaces. And now I am pleased to announce that we’ve just added multi port FXS gateways to our VoxStack family. ”said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “Multi port FXS gateways will be a success of VoxStack family , delivering more processing power in the IP-PBX solution with the creative modular design to ensure satisfaction guarantee for all our customers.”
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