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Voice Over IP

Make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular (or analog) phone line.

Enhancing Business with Open Source VOIP technology

Asterisk is an open source software switch, created by Digium, Inc. and a continuously growing user and developer base. Digium invests in both developing the Asterisk source code and low cost telephony hardware that works with Asterisk.Delivers VoIP in four protocols, and can interoperate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.Provides Voicemail services with Directory, Call Conferencing, Interactive Voice Response, and Call Queuing.Has support for three-way calling, caller ID services, ADSI, SIP, H.323 (as both client and gateway), MGCP (call manger only) and SCCP/Skinny (limited).Needs no additional hardware for Voice-over-IP.Supports a number of hardware devices for interconnection with digital and analogue telephony equipment.  Asterisk runs on Linux and other UNIX platforms with or without hardware that connects your server to the traditional global telephony network, the PSTN. Asterisk is a complete VoIP software switch that runs on Linux, BSD and OS X – providing all the features you would expect from a software switch and more.


With Asterisk as your telephony switching platform, PBX, you’ll not only have a high-class PBX replacement. Asterisk is much more than the standard PBX. With Asterisk in your network, you can do telephony in new ways.

Save on broadband connection and a traditional telephone line.

 

Asterisk for Businesses

The days of expensive proprietary telecom software are over. Asterisk solves a wide range of challenges, from common PBX and key system replacements to highly-specialised applications at a fraction of the price of traditional systems

Extreme Cost Reduction

Combined with low-cost telephony hardware, Asterisk Business Edition can be used to create a PBX at a fraction of the price of traditional PBX and key systems, while providing a level of functionality exceeding that of many of the most expensive systems available.

Control

Asterisk Business Edition allows the user to take control of their phone system. Once a call is in a Linux® box with Asterisk, anything can be done to it. In the same way that Apache gives the user fine-grained control over virtually every aspect of its operation (and its Open Source nature gives even more flexibility) the same applies to Asterisk.

Customization

Through its internationalization support, configuration files, and source code, every aspect of Asterisk can be tweaked. For example, Asterisk’s codes for call features could be changed to match an existing system.

Rapid Deployment & Development

Through its internationalization support, configuration files, and source code, every aspect of Asterisk can be tweaked. For example, Asterisk’s codes for call features could be changed to match an existing system.

Rich, Broad Feature Base

Because Asterisk is Open Source and is implemented in software, not only does it provide features such as voicemail, voice menus, IVR, and conferencing which are very expensive for proprietary systems, but it also allows new features to be added rapidly and with minimal effort.

Dynamic Content Deployment

In the same way that web servers like Apache allow a user to deploy dynamic content, such as account information, movie show times, etc, on the web, Asterisk permits you to deploy such dynamic content over the telephone, with the same ease as CGI.

Extremely Flexible Dial plan

Asterisk’s unusually flexible dialplan allows seamless integration of IVR and PBX functionality. Many of Asterisk’s existing features (and desired features of the future) can be implemented using nothing more than extension logic. Asterisk supports a mix of extension lengths.