Sunday, November 05, 2006

Voxbone Adds Support for Asterisk’s IAX Trunking

According to a Businesswire news release, VoxBone now supports Asterisk’s IAX Trunking.
Voxbone, a provider of international VoIP origination services to carriers, ITSPs, calling card operators, call centers and other businesses, announced at Astricon 2006 support for Inter-Asterisk eXchange protocol (IAX) trunking services.
IAX, a signalling protocol from Digium, is used to enable VoIP connections between Asterisk servers, and between servers and clients that also use the IAX protocol. In addition to IAX, Voxbone already supports SIP trunking services, providing customers with a choice of standards to meet their particular needs.

Voxbone leases international VoIP virtual phone numbers and worldwide origination services via VoIP to organizations in North and South America, Europe and Asia/Pacific regions. It delivers high-quality call origination and provides the global infrastructure that enables its customers to expand to international markets quickly and efficiently. Using either direct inbound dial (DID) or virtual numbers from Voxbone, for example, customers may receive inexpensive, locally dialed phone calls from 50 countries and 4,000 cities throughout the world.

According to Rodrigue Ullens, co-founder of Voxbone, “In adding support for IAX, we are responding to strong demand from customers. IAX is completely plug and play, and optimized for Asterisk platforms. It also offers integrated security and consumes less bandwidth while offering the same high quality as SIP. Customers now have a choice of two popular standards from which they can choose"



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