REDFONE Communications LLC

Business PBX Solutions
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Install utilities and some documentation can be found on GitHub.
Redfone GitHub

Initially formed in Miami, Florida 2003, Redfone designs, develops, and produces next-generation Asterisk-based communications solutions to small- and mid-sized businesses. Redfone's founders were among the early implementors of Asterisk, and used it in their own businesses. As Avionics Engineers with a strong background in data communications and high-reliability hardware , however, they realized that large-scale implementations of Asterisk systems faced significant challenges, namely with hardware compatibility, scalability, and redundancy issues often associated with PCI interface cards.

Redfone Communications, LLC was reorganized in 2005 with a new mission: Provide solutions to assist Asterisk installers and end users by extending the Linux concept of hardware-independence by recreating the functionality of PCI-based T1/E1/PRI interface products in an external bridge, allowing the implementation of high availability and automatic failover without additional hardware. Redfone's first product, the foneBRIDGE, has already been acclaimed by installers and industry analysts alike. Its successor, foneBRIDGE2, carries on and enhances that tradition.

Today Redfone has thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, and continues to provide reliable, economical, and easy-to-install alternatives to both PCI cards and expensive VoIP Gateways. If you need to terminate or originate T1/E1/PRI connections with your Asterisk or Freeswitch PBX server, check out Redfone's products.


Install utilities and some documentation can be found on GitHub.
Redfone GitHub

Initially formed in Miami, Florida 2003, Redfone designs, develops, and produces next-generation Asterisk-based communications solutions to small- and mid-sized businesses. Redfone's founders were among the early implementors of Asterisk, and used it in their own businesses. As Avionics Engineers with a strong background in data communications and high-reliability hardware , however, they realized that large-scale implementations of Asterisk systems faced significant challenges, namely with hardware compatibility, scalability, and redundancy issues often associated with PCI interface cards.

Redfone Communications, LLC was reorganized in 2005 with a new mission: Provide solutions to assist Asterisk installers and end users by extending the Linux concept of hardware-independence by recreating the functionality of PCI-based T1/E1/PRI interface products in an external bridge, allowing the implementation of high availability and automatic failover without additional hardware. Redfone's first product, the foneBRIDGE, has already been acclaimed by installers and industry analysts alike. Its successor, foneBRIDGE2, carries on and enhances that tradition.

Today Redfone has thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, and continues to provide reliable, economical, and easy-to-install alternatives to both PCI cards and expensive VoIP Gateways. If you need to terminate or originate T1/E1/PRI connections with your Asterisk or Freeswitch PBX server, check out Redfone's products.


Created by: swast, Last modification: Wed 02 of Dec, 2015 (03:47 UTC) by subcom
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