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SIPfoundry releases PBX upgrade

SIPfoundry, a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization that promotes the development of open source Session Init...


January 4, 2006  


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SIPfoundry, a Massachusetts-based non-profit organization that promotes the development of open source Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based communication products, has announced the availability of the latest release of its open source PBX: sipXpbx.

Features include an advanced scalable architecture, a presence server, support for multiple and nested auto attendants, advanced call control, forwarding identification support, and interoperability support tested with dozens of SIP-compliant phones and gateways.

In addition, the system configuration and management tool was re-architected to make it more robust, efficient, and extensible to support larger enterprise installations and make it easier for third-party manufacturers to integrate features and functionality.

Further information is available at www.sipfoundry.org.