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Asterisk PBX: Open Source VoIP Branches Out
Throw away your PBX
Open source vs. commercial software

Application Development

You are a business trying to compete in an ever increasingly technical marketplace. Whether you're a small business wanting to make a splash on the web, or a large business desiring a full service application, we will help you achieve your goals
We find better ways to do things. We provide you with professional solutions that enable your business to be more successful. We automate your unique business processes to allow you to spend your time doing what you do best.
Asterisk is open–source software. Asterisk represents a revolutionary approach to the world of telephony; it brings the concept of open-source to a field that was previously 100% proprietary. The two major advantages the Asterisk approach are:
  1. Significantly lower costs
  2. Rapid development
As a result, by using Asterisk it is possible to build high–end telephony systems for a fraction of the cost incurred when building them in the traditional way.

Asterisk is fully capable of working with IP telephony as well as with POTS (Plain Old Telephony Service) and analog telephones. This new approach to the world of telephony will change the rapidly–expanding iPBX market dramatically in the near future. It will enable smaller companies, using Asterisk–based platforms, to enter this market and offer solutions that compete with those of huge corporations. The new technology will present a problem to companies that carry huge R&D expenses for the development and maintenance of proprietary telephony code.
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