BlueWave Telecom VoIPFlow 2.0

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BlueWave Telecom's VoIPFlow 2.0
Our premier product is VoIPFlow 2.0, a software platform that allows service providers to provision and manage thousands of virtual PBXs, thereby enabling a new revenue stream for their business. With features such as One Click PBX Deployment (tm) and the concept of hardware nodes as compute resources, VoIPFlow has the most advanced architecture on the market for managing many virtual PBXs at once. We make Asterisk industrial strength. This software is not geared for the single PBX install, but rather for the service provider who must maintain hundreds or even thousands of virtual PBXs. Our user interface is abstracted away from the underlying open PBX config files and allows the user to completely provision and manage the PBX via a simple and intuitive user interface. System wide settings are available to manage your entire PBX inventory. VoIPFlow runs on commodity Intel or AMD servers and you may host the solution yourself in your own data center, or you may choose to have us host it as an on-demand solution.

Architecture
VoIPFlow is built on a custom 64bit Linux kernel called the BlueWave kernel. We hand build our Linux kernel so that we know exactly what is inside…nothing extra…just the core of what we need to provide a screaming fast OS. Next, we utilize a custom virtualization layer that allows every PBX that we spin up to believe it is running on its own server, complete with a Linux process 1. The overhead for our custom virtualization layer is less than 2%...very efficient. On top of that we layer our security and licensing modules. These modules protect our intellectual property and provide us a secure and undeniable way to do accurate billing, inventory, and software updates to our licensed systems. Then we layer on a pluggable PBX module. We have built the system so that it may take advantage of any open PBX system on the market that supports open standards. In this release we have chosen to include Asterisk in our distribution. Next, we hand build the custom logic necessary to provide fail-over, load-balancing, and auto-leveling. Finally we layer in a beautiful, CSS-based user interface to tie it all together. Our architecture is built for scalability. In order to scale, you simply plug in another hardware node and the system can be rebalanced. You can run several hundred of our virtual PBXs on a single hardware node.

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For more information see:
VoIPFlow 2.0 Product page
For more information see:
VoIPFlow 2.0 Product page

BlueWave Telecom's VoIPFlow 2.0
Our premier product is VoIPFlow 2.0, a software platform that allows service providers to provision and manage thousands of virtual PBXs, thereby enabling a new revenue stream for their business. With features such as One Click PBX Deployment (tm) and the concept of hardware nodes as compute resources, VoIPFlow has the most advanced architecture on the market for managing many virtual PBXs at once. We make Asterisk industrial strength. This software is not geared for the single PBX install, but rather for the service provider who must maintain hundreds or even thousands of virtual PBXs. Our user interface is abstracted away from the underlying open PBX config files and allows the user to completely provision and manage the PBX via a simple and intuitive user interface. System wide settings are available to manage your entire PBX inventory. VoIPFlow runs on commodity Intel or AMD servers and you may host the solution yourself in your own data center, or you may choose to have us host it as an on-demand solution.

Architecture
VoIPFlow is built on a custom 64bit Linux kernel called the BlueWave kernel. We hand build our Linux kernel so that we know exactly what is inside…nothing extra…just the core of what we need to provide a screaming fast OS. Next, we utilize a custom virtualization layer that allows every PBX that we spin up to believe it is running on its own server, complete with a Linux process 1. The overhead for our custom virtualization layer is less than 2%...very efficient. On top of that we layer our security and licensing modules. These modules protect our intellectual property and provide us a secure and undeniable way to do accurate billing, inventory, and software updates to our licensed systems. Then we layer on a pluggable PBX module. We have built the system so that it may take advantage of any open PBX system on the market that supports open standards. In this release we have chosen to include Asterisk in our distribution. Next, we hand build the custom logic necessary to provide fail-over, load-balancing, and auto-leveling. Finally we layer in a beautiful, CSS-based user interface to tie it all together. Our architecture is built for scalability. In order to scale, you simply plug in another hardware node and the system can be rebalanced. You can run several hundred of our virtual PBXs on a single hardware node.

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For more information see:
VoIPFlow 2.0 Product page
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