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Switchvox E510

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Switchvox E510

The Switchvox E510 is a compact appliance with the computing power to fuel your business communications. Equipped with a quad-core processor, solid state drive, and all the advanced Unified Communications (UC) features of Switchvox, the E510 provides small businesses with a state-of-the-art communications system at an affordable price. The E510 supports up to 150 phones and 50 concurrent calls, allowing small businesses to achieve unparalleled scalability. As your business grows, you can depend on the E510 to grow with you.

Specifications

Additional add-ons are available to add spare appliances, warranties, and more to your system. 

How to Buy

Each new Switchvox system installation should include the purchase of Switchvox software and Users that include 1 year of support and maintenance. Switchvox appliances come standard with a 1-year hardware warranty.

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Choose Your Appliance

Switchvox E510

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Purchase the Software

All features included

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Add Your Users

1 year support & maintenance included

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Select Your Add-ons
Extended warranties.
Additional support, IP Phones, VoIP gateways, SIP Trunks

Appliance

Software and Support

Optional Add-ons

Contact Sales to purchase a Switchvox Appliance System

Important

  • Each participant in a conference call is considered one of the concurrent calls.
  • If your organization will need to record a large percentage of calls (~40%), you might consider purchasing a larger appliance than you would have based on the maximum concurrent calls (or the E545 over the E535).
  • Please contact Sangoma Sales if you plan to:
    • Use “Ring All” features to simultaneously ring a large number of phones for calls, queues, pages, or intercoms. 
    • Use Presence/Status features with most or all of your users.
    • Use Switchboard queue widgets for large numbers of queues with large numbers of members in those queues.
    • Have more than the maximum users, but are within the maximum concurrent calls.
  • Exceeding Sangoma’s advertised number of maximum concurrent activities or conducting other concurrent activities not listed above can adversely impact call quality.
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