A private branch exchange (PBX) is a private telephony switch inside your company that allows your employees to communicate between themselves and to the outside world. Asterisk is an open source PBX software platform that can run on all major operating systems.
Axvoice Asterisk VoIP service makes a complete business or carrier-class PBX out of an ordinary Linux computer, integrating with telephony networks and voice over IP.
The original purpose of a PBX was to reduce costs for calls within the company and allow line pooling within an enterprise to take advantage of economies of scale that occur as headcounts rise.
But the new Asterisk platform offers features that used to be available only with expensive PBX systems, including:
- Voice Mail
- Conference Calling
- Interactive Voice Response
- Automatic Call Distribution
Four reasons Axvoice is your best choice as an Asterisk VoIP provider
- We deliver the lowest cost of ownership in today’s VoIP PBX market.
- We have extensive software that monitors and maintains your Asterisk system, including code that resides locally as well as remotely for protection and reliability.
- With Axvoice, telecommuting is easy. Your employees can take their IP phones home and plug them into their broadband modem. Their extension number and voicemail follow them, allowing them to make free calls.
- To save you time, we offer complete assistance with the installation of your PBX.
In addition, Asterisk VoIP service offers:
A flexible, cost-saving solution
- Asterisk PBX is interoperable with a large number of devices and protocols including IAX, SIP, and T1. Several complete software-based open source PBX systems are available at no cost, with substantial networks of existing users to provide support.
- An Asterisk SIP trunk offers you major cost-savings by eliminating the need for PRIs (Primary Rate Interfaces), ISDN BRIs (Basic Rate Interfaces), or local PSTN gateways.
- Asterisk supports the signaling types used in standard US and European business phone systems, allowing it to integrate existing infrastructure with next generation voice/data integrated networks. It provides a central switching core, with APIs for modular loading of telephony applications, file format handling, hardware interfaces, and codecs. It can combine a mix of telephony systems into a single switching network via transparent switching between all supported interfaces.