VoIP Supply has been the leading hardware supplier for over 13 years and has truly perfected the buying experience for our customers. We knew we were missing a piece of the puzzle and we have expanded our team to fill the gap for our customers. We are now able to offer you VoIP Service!
We would like to officially introduce to you the CloudSpan Marketplace. “The Marketplace is a single place to shop various cloud service offerings, in order to find the perfect match for their business’s size and needs,” said Wes Mathews, Director of Cloud Services.
Here are a few of the benefits when working with the CloudSpan Marketplace:
- Dedicated VoIP Solutions Specialists at your fingertips
- Service Providers
We’re proud to announce that VoIP Supply is now a Xorcom Certified Dealer for Complete PBX Solutions.
Thanks to Michael Taylor (pictured above) our VoIP Engineer putting in all the hard work at the Xorcom technical training class.
We’re not sure what was harder for him the three days of in-depth training to learn all the details of Xorcom PBX installation, programming, and troubleshooting or being able to avoid all the distractions of the class location, Las Vegas.
If you’re not familiar with Xorcom the company was founded in 2004 and they focus on business telephony solutions for both VoIP and traditional PSTN. Xorcom products are based on Asterisk®, the open-source communication software used worldwide, for a flexible range of PBX solutions.
Taylor’s hands-on …
It’s finally May and you know what that means – Busy summer sales months are right around the corner! If your phone system is an antiquated analog or digital system, you are heading into the busiest weeks of the year with a disadvantage already!
At this point, you are probably already considering a new VoIP phone system. If Switchvox, Frost and Sullivan’s choice for global growth leadership in Unified Communications, is a system you are considering or have already purchased, below are some training opportunities that you need to mark on your calendar!
Free and Paid Switchvox Trainings that are Available now!
Is Switchvox Right for you? A live demonstration of Switchvox UC Phone System – FREE held every …
The eZuce Store is now open to fulfill the hardware needs for users of eZuce, the open source virtualized communication platform built for the cloud.
To launch the store with sales support, eZuce partnered with VoIP Supply, North America’s leading supplier of VoIP solutions, to provide the communication equipment that eZuce does not offer.…
What Is It?
The Elastix ELX-025 is a 1U PBX appliance which can be used as a total UC solution for small and medium businesses. The ELX-025 appliance runs Elastix software, which is a distribution of Asterisk, the free open source PBX software. The Elastix ELX-025 ideally will support up to 100 extensions and 30 concurrent calls.
What Does It Do?
What doesn’t it do? The Elastix ELX-025 is truly a “Unified Communication system”. We hear the UC buzzword everywhere but how many of those solutions labeled UC are really all encompassing of all the ways we communicate? The Elastix platform is.
IP PBX: Embedded into the Elastix system, which is ready for use right out of the box on the ELX-025, is obviously an …
Three years ago if you asked us what the hottest open source platform was for your IP PBX, we would have said Trixbox CE. It was free, easy to use, and always being
updated. Well the one thing that is certain around here is death, taxes, and CHANGE! With Trixbox CE going the way of the geese up here in Buffalo, NY, we have found that Elastix is quickly becoming the platform of choice when installing a new IP PBX. In fact, Elastix is more than just a phone system… it can be your entire UC strategy!
Elastix as an IP PBX
Elastix is an open source, Asterisk based UC system which can be downloaded and run on any PC, server, or laptop. I mentioned …
What is it?
The new Digium phones are High-Definition IP Phones designed by Digium specifically for Switchvox UC System and Asterisk-based phone systems. There are 3 phones in the series, the Digium D70, D50, and D40.
What does it do?
The Digium phones connect seemlessly to any Asterisk-based phone system, including Switchvox, Digium’s UC System. When connected to an Asterisk Phone System, Digium Phones offer a user friendly calling experience complete with HD Voice Wideband and access to user created apps and call rules, directly from the phone.
Being created by Digium specifically for Asterisk, Digium phones may very well have the easiest plug and play of any IP Phone. Simply plug the Digium phone into the network and the phone will automagically …
With Digium’s help in a previous post I outlined how the new Digium R-Series failover appliances stack up against leading competitors solutions, including Xorcom.
If you’ve been comparing hardware, are in the market for a resiliency solution, and in need of how-to resources for maintaining Asterisk based communications in the event of a hardware or software failure; you are now in luck.
Xorcom has taken has taken the time to offer a point-by-point comparison of their software and devices in an article of their own.…
The newly released Digium R-Series redundancy appliances enable your network to recover from hardware or software failures and maintain communication with the outside world.
Digium failover appliances work with their open source telephony platform Asterisk to ensure that you have an open line of communication even in demanding enviroments.
There are two models in the R-Series. They work on Asterisk based open sourced PBX’s but do not work on Switchvox. Both models are 1U rack mount devices:
- Digium R800: Supports up to eight analog (POTS) circuits.
- Digium R850: Handles up to eight digital (T1, E1, PRI or BRI) spans.
What’s The Difference?
So even in the event of a catastrophic failure, your communications system will stay up and running with the Digium R-Series. That sounds great …
Using today’s technology for communication has now gone beyond email and instant messaging. Total integration – for both the office and the home – is possible for communication on a single source: the computer.
Of course, not all of us use the same types of computers, which can make things a little complicated for the SIP-uninitiated, to say the least. But using Session Initiation Protocol technology as part of a VoIP service will be worth the setup – especially considering just how easy SIP can be to set up.
Let’s focus on the world of Apple computer lovers today and recommend a few ways that you can set up SIP for Apple.…