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FacetPhone IP-PBX


Overview

FacetPhone IP-PBX is a Linux-based office telephone system that is built on a 100% VOIP architecture using a Linux server and stand-alone gateway devices. Unlike open-source solutions, it has been developed from the ground up as a commercial product and is backed by FacetCorp's award-winning support engineers. The architecture supports Polycom Soundpoint IP phones, T1 gateways, analog phones, analog telephone lines, and VOIP internet voice service.


Features

FacetPhone IP-PBX has all of the features that an office needs their phone system to have, including:
FacetPhone IP-PBX is primarily designed for an office environment where most users have a networked PC or workstation. It has a Graphical User Interface that runs on the user's desktop and provides access to advanced capabilities like:
Because the FacetPhone IP-PBX was built from scratch as a VOIP telephone system, it is perfect for special situations like branch offices and telecommuters.
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FacetPhone IP-PBX


Overview

FacetPhone IP-PBX is a Linux-based office telephone system that is built on a 100% VOIP architecture using a Linux server and stand-alone gateway devices. Unlike open-source solutions, it has been developed from the ground up as a commercial product and is backed by FacetCorp's award-winning support engineers. The architecture supports Polycom Soundpoint IP phones, T1 gateways, analog phones, analog telephone lines, and VOIP internet voice service.


Features

FacetPhone IP-PBX has all of the features that an office needs their phone system to have, including:
FacetPhone IP-PBX is primarily designed for an office environment where most users have a networked PC or workstation. It has a Graphical User Interface that runs on the user's desktop and provides access to advanced capabilities like:
Because the FacetPhone IP-PBX was built from scratch as a VOIP telephone system, it is perfect for special situations like branch offices and telecommuters.
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Created by: banjohunter, Last modification: Sat 15 of Sep, 2007 (04:22 UTC)
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