Asterisk is the worlds most popular VoIP Phone System. It's used by almost all companies in the Fortune 1000 list and it's been used in every type of business from A to Z. Why? It's because Asterisk has more features than any other system and it costs less too. Here are some points that will help give you an idea what "Costs Less" actually means when it comes to Phone Systems:

  • All Features Included in Every Model
  • Industry Standard Hardware & Software
  • Industry Standard Phones
  • No Licensing Costs
  • No Recurring Costs, Fees or Subscriptions

You might be asking what "Industry Standard" means. It means there are no proprietary parts to the system, Hardware or Software. There's nothing that will lock you in to anyone or cause you to be forced to pay high fees to a particular person or group when you need help. You won't have to buy all new Phones again every time you upgrade or replace your Phone System.

Digium Phones

We believe in using High Quality, High Definition phones. That's where Digium comes in, a trusted brand that's well known for High Quality VoIP Phones designed for Asterisk. Below are pictures of our most popular phones:

Operator Panel

Although you can do everything you need with your phone directly, Flash Operator Panel 2 is here to make working with the Phone System as easy as Drag and Drop in your Web Browser! No other system comes with an Operator Panel as easy to use as this.

So, what are you waiting for? Contact Us now!

Check out the extreme amount of features that Asterisk has below:
Call Features
  • ADSI On-Screen Menu System
  • Alarm Receiver
  • Append Message
  • Authentication
  • Automated Attendant
  • Blacklists
  • Blind Transfer
  • Call Detail Records
  • Call Forward on Busy
  • Call Forward on No Answer
  • Call Forward Variable
  • Call Monitoring
  • Call Parking
  • Call Queuing
  • Call Recording
  • Call Retrieval
  • Call Routing (DID & ANI)
  • Call Snooping
  • Call Transfer
  • Call Waiting
  • Caller ID
  • Caller ID Blocking
  • Caller ID on Call Waiting
  • Calling Cards
  • Conference Bridging
  • Database Store / Retrieve
  • Database Integration
  • Dial by Name
  • Direct Inward System Access
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Distributed Universal Number Discovery (DUNDi™)
  • Do Not Disturb
  • E911
  • ENUM
  • Fax Transmit and Receive
  • Flexible Extension Logic
  • Interactive Directory Listing
  • Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
  • Local and Remote Call Agents
  • Macros
  • Music On Hold
  • Music On Transfer:
    • Flexible Mp3-based System
    • Random or Linear Play
    • Volume Control
  • Privacy
  • Open Settlement Protocol (OSP)
  • Overhead Paging
  • Protocol Conversion
  • Remote Call Pickup
  • Remote Office Support
  • Roaming Extensions
  • Route by Caller ID
Call Features
  • SMS Messaging
  • Spell / Say
  • Streaming Hold Music
  • Supervised Transfer
  • Talk Detection
  • Text-to-Speech (via Festival)
  • Three-way Calling
  • Time and Date
  • Transcoding
  • Trunking
  • VoIP Gateways
  • Voicemail:
    • Visual Indicator for Message Waiting
    • Stutter Dialtone for Message Waiting
    • Voicemail to email
    • Voicemail Groups
    • Web Voicemail Interface
    • Zapateller
Computer-Telephony Integration
  • Asterisk Gateway Interface (AGI)
  • Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI)
  • Asterisk REST Interface (ARI)
  • Outbound Call Spooling
Scalability
  • TDMoE (Time Division Multiplex over Ethernet)
  • Allows direct connection of Asterisk PBX
  • Zero latency
  • Uses commodity Ethernet hardware
  • Voice-over IP
  • Allows for integration of physically separate installations
  • Uses commonly deployed data connections
  • Allows a unified dialplan across multiple offices
Speech
  • Cepstral TTS
  • Lumenvox ASR
Codecs
  • ADPCM
  • CELT (pass through)
  • G.711 (A-Law & μ-Law)
  • G.719 (pass through)
  • G.722
  • G.722.1 licensed from Polycom®
  • G.722.1 Annex C licensed from Polycom®
  • G.723.1 (pass through)
  • G.726
  • G.729a
  • GSM
  • iLBC
  • Linear
  • LPC-10
  • Speex
  • SILK
VoIP Protocols
  • Google Talk
  • H.323
  • IAX™ (Inter-Asterisk eXchange)
  • Jingle/XMPP
  • MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol
  • SCCP (Cisco® Skinny®)
  • SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)
  • UNIStim
Traditional Telephony Protocols
  • E&M
  • E&M Wink
  • Feature Group D
  • FXS
  • FXO
  • GR-303
  • Loopstart
  • Groundstart
  • Kewlstart
  • MF and DTMF support
  • Robbed-bit Signaling (RBS) Types
  • MFC-R2 (Not supported. However, a patch is available)
ISDN Protocols
  • AT&T 4ESS
  • EuroISDN PRI and BRI
  • Lucent 5ESS
  • National ISDN 1
  • National ISDN 2
  • NFAS
  • Nortel DMS100
  • Q.SIG