TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Jan. 27, 2009) - Sangoma(R) Technologies Corporation (TSX VENTURE:STC) today announced interoperability between its VoIP cards and Elastix's entry-level appliance, the Elastix ELX-025, and its newer LCD-driven Elastix ELX-3000.
Elastix Appliance(R) is full-featured, Linux-based open source PBX appliance software that supports Sangoma cards as an interface to the PSTN via analog and digital ports. Elastix combines tools available for Asterisk-based PBXs, and adds its own set of utilities to allow for the creation of third-party modules, making it a strong choice for open source VoIP.
"We are excited about supporting Sangoma VoIP cards out of the box," said Jose Landivar, Elastix Commercial Director. "This will give us reach into a market that values stability, ease of use and quality."
Interoperability with Sangoma VoIP cards means the Elastix Appliance is now suitable for small businesses, SOHOs, enterprise, and contact center customers. Elastix also has a fully working Call Center module that may optionally be activated to provide features like: Advanced Reporting, Predictive Dialing, and Screen Pop-ups.
To make the combination even more efficient, Landivar said they are currently working on the Elastix GUI to provide an auto-detect feature that automatically sets up the Sangoma card for use with Elastix.
"We're proud to be demonstrating the Elastix appliance at TMC's ITEXPO," said Lisa Szeto, Events Manager for Sangoma. "Also featured in our booth are demonstrations from 3CX, FreeSWITCH, InConcert, Microsoft Response Point, pbxnsip, and trixbox pro."
Sangoma will be exhibiting at ITEXPO in Booth 703.
About Sangoma Technologies Corporation
Sangoma is the premium provider of software-centric media and signal processing hardware. The company develops and manufactures the most scalable and reliable voice and Wide Area Network data cards in the industry, including the award-winning Advanced Flexible Telecommunications (AFT) product line. By offering the building blocks for all processing in any architecture, Sangoma gateways are tightly integrated and easily scalable. The result is a comprehensive toolset for creating cost-effective, powerful, and flexible solutions.
Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE:STC). Additional information on Sangoma can be found at: www.sangoma.com.
Elastix is an appliance software that integrates the best tools available for Asterisk-based PBXs into a single, easy-to-use interface. It also adds its own set of utilities and allows for the creation of third party modules, making it the best software package available for open source voice over IP telephony.
Founded in 1999, Palosanto Solutions is an Ecuador-based company and is the creator of the Elastix (www.elastix.org) appliance software.