, a Latin American maker of appliance software that integrates tools for Asterisk (News
)-based PBXs onto a single interface, and Yealink
, an IP phone designer and manufacturer, announced today
the two firms have completed interoperability testing between the Elastix (News
) IP-PBX and the full range of Yealink SIP-T2x series HD IP phones.
Named for its “Elastix” appliance software, Elastix said it aims to integrate the best tools available for Asterisk-based PBXs onto a single, easy-to-use interface. It also adds its own set of utilities and allows for the creation of third-party modules for open-source telephony.
The Elastix-Yealink (News
) partnership will ensure Elastix can easily deploy scalable IP-PBX solutions to the enterprise, according to a press release. Businesses can connect their distant branch locations, while maintaining all major PBX (News
) features available at their corporate office. Business headquarters, branch offices, remote workers and home offices can benefit from feature-rich productivity suite including voicemail, multi-line conferencing, call forward and many other features.
Yealink said its portfolio helps guarantee that the end-user will have the most cost-effective, feature-rich solution in the market. Combined with Elastix’s IP-PBX, Yealink’s IP phones now have a rich feature set and extraordinary value to both consumers and corporate markets.
Equipped with the TI Titan chipset and TI Voice Engine, Yealink SIP-T2x series enterprise HD IP phones -- including SIP-T28P/SIP-T26P/SIP-T22P/SIP-T20P -- offer high-definition voice, plus a broad range of voice codecs, security protection for privacy and more.
Marisa Torrieri is a TMCnet Web editor, covering IP hardware and mobility, including IP phones, smartphones, fixed-mobile convergence and satellite technology. She also compiles and regularly contributes to TMCnet's gadgets and satellite e-Newsletters. To read more of Marisa's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri