Published on February 5th, 2014 | by James Chapman0
OpenVox Releases An Upgraded SOHOs IPPBX ICallDroid Spot
OpenVox Communication Co.,Ltd, a global leading provider of the best cost effective open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today to release an upgraded SOHOs IPPBX iCallDroid spot, dedicated in small businesses and home offices, is now available worldwide. It is a full-featured asterisk-based and on-premise WiFi router IPPBX to small businesses and home offices and it can support standard SIP protocols, compatible with multiple SIP phones.
The iCallDroid spot is integrated with a wide range of IP PBX telephony features. It supports up to 16 SIP extensions and 4 concurrent calls with G.729 codec. Based on a low-power, high performance MIPS processor, the iCallDroid spot provides complicated communication features including the hardest HD communication protocol, complete router features and QoS (Ensure the voice quality in a case the bandwidth is not enough). There is one WAN port and four LAN ports on iCallDroid spot to provide internet connection to ensure your smart phones to get connected through it.
We are expanding the choices for SOHOs use, this new IPPBX iCallDroid spot is one cost-efficient and easy-to-configure IP PBX.” said Lin Miao, the president of OpenVox, “We are confident that our product can work perfectly in your system with the industry leading quality.
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