VoIP Supply Bolsters its PBX Appliances via Three Open-Source Models
BUFFALO, NY: VoIP Supply recently unlocked its new VoIP solution as RenegadePBX under their branded line of PBX appliances. The released solution is a combination of three open-source models with multi-platform compatibility.
"With our RenegadePBX lineup, we are able to provide our customers with an affordable solution for VoIP that allows them the freedom to choose the model that best fits their needs. Allowing them to choose a product that is fully customizable and has been manufactured within the United States offers them the security and dependability of a quality product," says Ben Sayers, Founder and CEO of VoIP Supply.
VoIP Supply is recognized for enhancing voice communications sources and also multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol networks through its name-brand hardware that relies at their CloudSpan MarketPlace. The company’s new solution offers three open-source models i.e. mini, 1U, and Pro.
The first model of RenegadePBX 1U appliance differentiates itself as a standalone IP PBX which can be adapted anywhere, from small offices to enterprise grade companies. It offers 61 GB SSD hard drives, 2GB DDR3 memory and two PCI card slots. The IP PBX appliance is able to handle up to 75 concurrent calls and 24 analog (FXO/FXS) or 16 digital (T1/E1) telephony ports. Its effective features provide dual high reliability chassis fans and also has ability to accept Digium and Sangoma PCI cards. Whereas its RenegadePBX mini offers up to 100 extensions and 75 concurrent SIP packed into a 3.8lbs and 11in x 9in x 3in appliance. The IP PBX appliance is featured with 2 Gig of RAM, a 24 Gig Flash memory and has pre-configurable functionality with Elastix Open Source software.
The last open-source model of PBX offered by VoIP Supply is RenegadePBX Pro. Its advanced characteristics uplifts company’s base of configuration by developing their communication process. It leads companies to utilize their software accordingly depending on their business needs or legacy system. It is capable to host any of the following platforms: 3CX, Elastix, AsteriskNOW, FreePBX, Ezuce Uniteme/SIPXCom and also Digium’s Switchvox platform.
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