OpenVox Communication Co. Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today to release the 3rd generation asterisk-based appliance — IX130 to the open source telephony community.
The IX130 comes with OpenVox creative modular design that provides two plug-in modules which enable different telephony interfaces connection to the new IPPBX. Equipped with OpenVox IPC110 embedded motherboard, the IX130 provides cost-effective and stable solutions to SMBs with an attractive price.
The IX130 is a standard 19” 1U appliance. It allows users to integrate up to 2 pieces of OpenVox PCI-E telephony interface cards, with any combinations of analog, BRI, PRI, GSM or transcoding interfaces. The optional HDD case provides the possibility for hot plug function to the storage device. Thus users can simply replace a backup HDD whenever needed without opening the appliance. What’s more, the IX130 provides two flexible ways of power supply: internal and external and it’s up to you to select one of them to power up the IX130.
“We’ve been developing asterisk appliances for SMBs for years and we know the market well. With sufficient feedbacks from our customers and our marketing surveys, we are proud to announce the new and powerful appliance to the market.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “The modular design of our IX130 is unique in the IPPBX market and it provides full flexibility to all our users by simply installing different telephony interface modules. The punch point is that we have succeeded in reducing the total cost of IX130 and it will come with an eye-catching price.”
The IPPBX supports comprehensive protocol 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 IX130 will be preloaded with Elastix®, PBX in a FlashTM or trixbox® IPPBX software. A ready-to-work IPPBX as required will be delivered to your doorway momentary.