A bundled offering of Xorcom IP PBX with Broadvox SIP Trunking reduces telecom costs for businesses while providing a flexible and reliable open source IP Communications platform.
Misgav, Israel and Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 23, 2009 -- Xorcom, a privately-held manufacturer of business telephony interfaces and appliances based on Asterisk open source software, and Broadvox, a leading provider of IP Communications solutions for businesses from SMBs to Enterprises, today announced interoperability certification between the Xorcom series of Asterisk®-based IP-PBX solutions and Broadvox SIP Trunking services.
The bundled offering delivers significant cost savings over traditional telecommunication services for calling in the United States (excluding Alaska), Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands while leveraging the flexibility and reliability of Xorcom's IP-PBX line.
Xorcom's all-in-one appliances allow seamless communication using both VoIP and traditional telephony protocols, such as FXS, FXO, BRI, T1/E1 PRI, T1 CAS and E1 R2. Members of the series differ in the number of supported users, starting from the basic XR1000, which is suitable for SOHO, up to the robust XR3000, which supports up to eight PRI connections along with hundreds of analog and IP extensions. The award-winning TwinStar feature enables dual-server redundancy for the complete PBX, including all telephony trunks and interfaces, as well as IP phones.
Broadvox SIP Trunking services enable efficient bandwidth usage for both voice and data applications plus an overall lower service cost for telephony, including unlimited local calling and reduced fees for long distance and international toll calls. Broadvox SIP Trunking services are delivered on a state-of-the-art IP communications network monitored 24x7 and supported by industry leading SIP engineers and customer service organizations.
Both Broadvox SIP Trunking and the Xorcom IP-PBX products are scalable and flexible, enabling customers to grow and enhance their system functionality as needed. The bundled solution is currently available both via the Broadvox and Xorcom reseller channels.
Founded in 2001, Broadvox is a worldwide leader in providing integrated managed VoIP services to SMB, enterprise, and carrier customers. It has deployed one of the largest full-featured global VoIP networks and is trusted by more than 200 telecommunications carriers, ASPs, ISPs, and over 3,000 businesses to transport over 10 billion minutes annually. The Broadvox Network Operations Center operating 24x7 provides the reliability, security, and quality of service required by the world's most discriminating customers. Broadvox offers SIP Trunking, SIP origination and termination services, and hosted communications solutions. Broadvox is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. For more information about Broadvox, visit: http://www.Broadvox.com.
Founded in 2004, Xorcom is a privately-held IP-PBX manufacturer. Xorcom harnesses the power of Asterisk® Open Source IP-PBX - the most rapidly growing telephony platform in the world - to design and produce leading-edge hardware telephony solutions for commercial installations. Today, Xorcom offers the widest and most flexible range of solutions and hardware platforms in the Asterisk market. System integrators, telecom equipment manufacturers, and customer premise telephony and VoIP providers use Xorcom products to provide added value to their end users. Xorcom sells its products via a worldwide distribution channel and OEM partners. For more information, visit: http://www.xorcom.com.
Asterisk is a registered trademark of Digium®, Inc. TwinStar, XR1000, XR2000 and XR3000 are trademarks of Xorcom, Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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