Digium has recently introduced two new Switchvox appliances. These new servers allow the Switchvox to scale up to 600 users and 150 concurrent calls, from the previous limit of 400 users and 75 concurrent calls.
TeleDynamic is offering $1000 discount to the first San Francisco Bay Area company who purchases one of the new powerful Switchvox appliances.
Each year Digium Inc. selects its annual Pinnacle Partner award winners from a number of quality telecommunications providers. The Partner awards go to superb companies around the world who best exemplify a commitment to customer service and success in overall sales.
At TeleDynamic, we get a lot of questions about different small business PBX servers and the companies that make and support them.
Many people want to know what real users and reviewers are actually saying about these products - not just the standard corporate marketing gobbledygook.Read More
This past week I attended Digium’s Annual Switchvox Partner Advisory Council meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. It was directly followed by the annual International Astricon event – the world’s largest Asterisk conference.
This was my third invitation to the Council meeting.
Over the past three years, I’ve seen remarkable consistency in Digium management’s vision, but this year I got a sense of increased confidence and clarity of purpose.
In this last part of the interview we talk to Angie Reed about some of the great things that are in store for Switchvox at Astricon 2012 as well as Angie Reed's wish list of features she'd like to see in Switchvox product in the future.
In this second part of the interview, we get into how companies that buy Switchvox-based systems can get up to 60% cost savings compared to Shoretel, Avaya and Mitel.
We also talk about the rapid acceptance of the Digium Phones introduced earlier in the year and how well they integrate with the Switchvox server. Finally we talk about how Switchvox is moving up market to support larger 400+ companies.
In advance of Astricon 2012, we are sharing Part 1 of our interview with Angie Reid, Product Manager for Digium's Switchvox IP PBX. We discuss the history and evolution of the Switchvox product, the difference betwen Asterisk and Switchvox, the Switchvox Switchboard as well as how Switchvox is competing against the Avaya's and Shoretel's of the world.
Georgia on My Mind
This coming week, the world’s largest open source telephony conference, known as Astricon, convenes in Atlanta Georgia. Digium, the creator of Asterisk and developer of Switchvox, hosts this convention that attracts telecom coders, commercial PBX developers and telecommunications pundits from around the world.
Also, attending is me from little ol’ Teledynamic Communications. I’m very proud that this is my third year serving on the Digium Partner Advisory Council.
What's the Difference Between Asterisk and Switchvox?
As the Bay Area's leading Digium Switchvox Reseller, we get asked this question a lot.
I like how Digium portrays the difference: Asterisk is an Engine, Switchvox is a Vehicle.
While both products fit into the larger universe of telecommunications technologies, they have very different purposes and are geared towards very different audiences.
Find Your Contacts Quickly and Easily with Digium
Have you ever had to search through some clunky company directory to find someone's extension?
Have you ever just wanted to leave a quick voice mail for someone and not have a drawn out conversation about it?
The new Digium phones have a lot of great features but the one that I like the best is the Digium Contacts Application.