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Novavox provides Open Source telephony equipment/services to customers across the UK, Europe and Worldwide. Established in 2007, the company has built up significant experience in deploying/designing Asterisk based IP PBX systems focusing on small and medium businesses/enterprises.

Asterisk based Open Source VoIP Products

Novavox supplies open source telephony equipment tailored for business use that is compatible with Asterisk based systems like Elastix, Trixbox and Askozia. The product range includes VoIP phone handsets, IP PBX servers, and telephony gateways/cards. A range of connectivity options are available such as ISDN, analogue, and VoIP, making them appropriate for a wide range of customers from small/home offices to call centres. Click on the relevant links below for our latest deals!

Asterisk based IP PBX Solutions / Consultancy

Novavox helps customers to reduce telephony costs and increase staff productivity through deploying well designed integrated communication solutions. Using Open Source equipment/software allows customers to benefit from protection against vendor lock-in and abandonment, a dramatic reduction in capital expenditure costs and an end to per user/feature licensing costs. If you are interested in Asterisk based IP PBX systems or consultancy services then please don't hesitate to contact us.

Discount pricing and Expert Technical Support for Resellers

Like most Open Source telephony equipment suppliers, we provide resellers with discount pricing across most of our product ranges. However, unlike other suppliers our our products have been specifically selected with resellers in mind, focusing on the small and medium sized enterprise markets. Our products have been tested/evaluated to ensure they offer the best price/performance ratio in terms of features, reliability, and voice quality. If you are interested in becoming a reseller of Novavox products then please click here for further information.

Created by: ipconvergence, Last modification: Thu 27 of Jan, 2011 (20:28 UTC)
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