Pika’s WARP appliance to provide the development platform for Dialexia’s Dial-Office
Pika Technologies, a developer of media-processing hardware and software, has partnered with Dialexia to deliver an IP-based telephone system designed for the small-office and home-office market.
Dialexia develops and markets a suite of IP telephony software and applications, and is utilizing Pika’s WARP appliance to provide the development platform for its Dial-Office IP PBX.
Based entirely on the SIP standards platform, Dial-Office is claimed to be a low-cost VoIP communications system. The new IP PBX application includes features such as unified voicemail messaging, call presence, auto attendant, call conferencing, call recording, IVR and soft phone with receptionist console.
Mohamed El-Mohri, chief technology officer at Dialexia, said: We are excited to be working with Pika’s WARP appliance, which allows us to elegantly offer analog connectivity to Dial-Office, making the product even more attractive to the SOHO market. WARP enables us to add FXO/FXS trunk functionality to Dial-Office, ensuring that our customers can still connect to their legacy PBX, all in one box with a very small form factor.
Terry Atwood, vice president of sales, marketing and customer care at Pika, said: We are delighted to partner with Dialexia on its Dial-Office product to enable their customers to have an all-in-one PBX administration interface. The WARP Appliance is ideally suited to applications like Dial-Office, and we are glad to see that the integrated FXS/FXO features are being well-received in the market.