IPPBX delivers a multi-functional business office telephony system designed for small to medium enterprises. The series integrates functions such as IP phone, fax, and voice recording, and is compatible with multiple service platforms.
VoxStack series VoIP gateways are the industry FIRST Hot-Swap Asterisk-Based VoIP Gateways.
VoxStack comes with OpenVox creative modular design that provides plug-in VoIP gateway modules which could support combination of different telephony interfaces including GSM, WCDMA, FXS, BRI, E1/T1.The VoxStack VoIP gateways support up to 44GSM/WCDMA channels or 40 FXS ports or any combination of five GSM/FXS gateway modules at maximum.
With friendly GUI, users may easily setup their customized Gateway.
SimBank is a device that can centrally store and manage a large number of sim cards. It can be used perfectly with OpenVox's wireless gateway, allowing the wireless gateway to use remote cards via TCP/IP without pluging sim cards in the local card slot.
OpenVox Telephony card delivers great voice quality in the telephony systems.
It supports industry standard telephony and data protocols.
Telephony card works well with Asterisk® , Elastix ® , FreeSWITCH™, PBX in a Flash, trixbox® , Yate™ and IPPBX/IVR projects as well as other Open Source and proprietary PBX, Switch, IVR, and VoIP gateway applications.
VoIP phone, also known as broadband phone or Internet phone, uses voice over IP technologies for placing and transmitting telephone calls over an IP network, such as the Internet, instead of traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN). IP-based telephone service uses control protocols such as the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) or various other proprietary protocols.
The OpenVox cloud management platform is used for unified management and remote operation of OpenVox products. The cloud platform provides a series of management and maintenance functions which can effectively help users to implement device management and reduce the operation costs.
The Failover product is to make it work when the PBX Sever comes to a power failure. There are two series of failover, FXO failover and E1/T1/BRI Failover.
There are slitters, power supply, antenna, raiser cards, bracket, UPS, RAID and son on.