Built on COTS hardware and Linux OS utilising SIP VoIP and TDM technologies
eOn Communications has launched new server-based IP communications platform called the eConn IP-PBX, which is built on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and the Linux OS utilising SIP VoIP and TDM technologies.
eOn’s desktop appliances include eNterprise 7000 Series IP Telephones, audio conferencing units, analogue sets and 3rd party SIP-compliant devices, comprised of softphones, desktop phones, Wi-Fi and IP DECT wireless handsets.
When combined with eConn IP Messenger platform, the eConn IP-PBX also supports a suite of unified communications and unified messaging applications. This combination provides live communications and messaging from any device or location, resulting in customer communications; and yielding cost savings and productivity gains for the business, the company said.
Other standard features include an on-board graphical programming interface application for system administration, flexible ACD routing for up to 576 local and remote agents, and multi-site networking utilising either TDM or IP-QSIG protocols.
Jack Dienno, vice president of sales at eOn, said: We are very enthusiastic with the early market responses we have received from our customers with respect to the design and implementation philosophies utilized in the eConn development process. Furthermore, eOn believes that the differentiator between eConn and other open source products will be the strength and stability of the inherent telephony feature set ported from our existing TDM platforms.