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Digium®, Inc. provides Asterisk® software, telephony hardware, and on-premises and hosted Switchvox business phone systems that deliver enterprise-class Unified Communications (UC) and UC as a Service (UCaaS) solutions at an affordable price. Digium is the creator, primary developer, and sponsor of the Asterisk project; the world’s most widely used open source communications software. Asterisk turns an ordinary computer into a feature-rich communications server. A community of more than 80,000 developers and users worldwide uses Asterisk to create VoIP communication solutions in more than 170 countries. Since 1999, Digium has empowered developers to create innovative communications solutions based on open standards and open source software, providing an alternative to proprietary phone systems. Digium’s business communications products are sold through a worldwide network of reseller partners. More information is available at www.digium.com and www.asterisk.org.
Australia's Metro Trains Melbourne bridges legacy PBX to VoIP
When Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM), a mass transit operator in Melbourne, Australia, decided to replace their legacy private branch exchange (PBX) with a VoIP telecom solution, Asterisk was the only option.
metro-trains-melbourne-asterisk-case-study.pdf 177.76 kB
Frederick Bird School
Frederick Bird is a larger than average primary school which serves the diverse inner-city community of Coventry, UK. Frederick Bird school was opened in 1905 and extended in 2014.
frederick-bird-school-case-study.pdf 399.91 kB
Asterisk vs Switchvox
The differences between Asterisk and Digium's Switchvox UC solution.
asterisk-vs-switchvox.pdf 586.61 kB