World VoIP NewsVoIP applications manufacturer Sangoma releases Asterix compatible software
VoIP applications manufacturer Sangoma releases Asterix compatible software
Enterprise Sangoma Technologies Corporation, a manufacturer of hardware and software components designed for VoIP communications and other IP applications, announced that with the launch of Elastix 2.2, all Sangoma Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) interface boards (analog, digital and BRI) are now completely automatically being determined and re-configured across specific Elastix's hardware detector interface machine.
Elastix is one of the top deployments of Asterisk and was created to enable unified communications and VoIP utilities in frames of this Open Source solution. PaloSanto Solutions, the developer of Elastix, has released Elastis 2.2 with several enhancements such as improved interface and additional operational functionalities. These functionalities include Elastix Web Services Module, MarketPlace Module, Statistics Module, Advanced Security Settings Module, CentOS and kernel upgrades, Asterisk 220.127.116.11 update, Security bug fix, Definition of the AMI and ARI credentials in Elastix's firstboot process, Support for the Operator Panel in Internet Explorer 6,7,8,9 and Firefox 5.6, Minor graphic and language bug fixes, among others. "It is quite significant innovation for Elastix to have launched a simple and intuitive detection of Sangoma hardware," stated Edgar Landivar, CEO of PaloSanto Solutions, in a press release. "This was something that the community had been seeking for a while and brings together Elastix and Sangoma in a solid format." The Web interface also enables the configuration of various parameters, such as echo cancellation, the mode on PRI cards (E1 or T1), timing source, line build out, framing, and coding, as described by company officials. Sangoma also informed about the beta release of the W400 Board, dedicated GSM capable telephony interface board. W400 Board allows IP-PBXs configured with Asterisk to inter-communicate with the GSM based mobile networks. The board will enable an IP-PBX to forward phone calls even when no PTSN or Internet connection is reachable. Additionally, the W400 also enables an IP-PBX to get the operational access to certain GSM data functions, such as sending or receiving an SMS message that can enhance the overall functionality of the IP-PBX, company officials said. W400 supports up to four simultaneous quad-band EGSM sessions making and fostering maximum compatibility disregarding the geographical locations, appearing to be in PCIe configuration and associated with 5-year warranty. Other supporting features include onboard hardware echo cancellation, noise suppression an Recently Sangoma boasted to be included in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list for 2011.The yearly list ranks the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America based on their percentage of fiscal year revenue growth during 2006 to 2010. Sangoma Technologies demonstrated 162 percent growth during this period.
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