Shenzhen, China-March 30th, 2017-OpenVox Communication Co.,Ltd, a global provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced that the Asterisk-based appliance IX132 has been upgraded to IX140 by adopting 1.83GHz Intel Celeron N2930 Processor to strengthen the speed and processing capacity. IX140 features advanced quad core CPU that will make it perform almost 4 times more powerful than IX132 while keep the same competitive price for the users.
The upgrades enable IX140 to provide optional hardware RAID 1 feature for the system which can bring better data back up. Besides, the optional Uninterruptible Power Supply(UPS) for IX140 will offer emergency power to server so as to protect against data loss and let the operating system to execute standard shut down process when unexpected power disruption occurs.What’s more, IX140 dramatically improve the performance which will reach a new level for supporting up to 1050 concurrent calls at ulaw Codec.
The IPPBX supports comprehensive protocols 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 IX140 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.
IX140 VS IX132
|Concurrent Calls||1050 at ulaw codec||240 at ulaw codec|
|450 (Transcode G.729 to G.711)||80 (Transcode G.729 to G.711)|
|CPU||1.83GHz Intel Celeron Quad core N2930||1.86GHz Intel Atom Dual core D2550|
|RAM||Up to 8GB||Up to 4GB|
|RAID||Support RAID (Optional)||/|
|UPS||Support UPS (Optional)||/|
|PCI-E Slot||Up to 2|
|USB interface||Up to 2|
|Storage||1 SATA Slot, 1 mSATA Socket|
|Software & Platform||Elastix®,Trixbox®, PBX in a FlashTM, FreePBX|
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