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Techknowledge Wireless have developed and honed the required skills in VOIP technologies, from the use of traditional Internet services to VOIP over wireless. We have extensive experience in interconnecting with major VOIP providers and we supply Linux Based digital PBX scalable systems over wireless. The company are VOX “Least Cost Routing” accredited through DataPro.

What we can give you?

  • A sound platform and experience to assist in planning and implementing a wireless LAN strategy; making use of wireless, copper and fibre.
  • Substantial savings on previously inhibitive communications media.
  • Private “Point to Point” LAN Network as extension of Head office.
  • Cost effective break out to ISP Solutions through DataPro.
  • Remote Security Monitoring.
  • Free calls within private network.
  • Large cost savings on National, International and Landline to cellular calls.
  • Free conference calls within private network. .
     
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What is Asterisk

Asterisk is the world’s leading open source telephony engine and tool kit. Offering flexibility unheard of in the world of proprietary communications, Asterisk empowers developers and integrators to create advanced communication solutions...for free.

Asterisk® is released as open source under the GNU General Public License (GPL), and it is available for download free of charge. Asterisk® is the most popular open source software available, with the Asterisk Community being the top influencer in VoIP.

Asterisk as a switch (PBX)

Asterisk can be configured as the core of an IP or hybrid PBX, switching calls, managing routes, enabling features, and connecting callers with the outside world over IP, analog (POTS), and digital (T1/E1) connections.

Asterisk runs on a wide variety of operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and Sun Solaris and provides all of the features you would expect from a PBX including many advanced features that are often associated with high end (and high cost) proprietary PBXs. Asterisk's architecture is designed for maximum flexibility and supports Voice over IP in many protocols, and can interoperate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.

Asterisk as a gateway

It can also be built out as the heart of a media gateway, bridging the legacy PSTN to the expanding world of IP telephony. Asterisk’s modular architecture allows it to convert between a wide range of communications protocols and media codecs.

Asterisk as a feature/media server

Need an IVR? Asterisk’s got you covered. How about a conference bridge? Yep. It’s in there. What about an automated attendant? Asterisk does that too. How about a replacement for your aging legacy voicemail system? Can do. Unified messaging? No problem. Need a telephony interface for your web site? Ok.

Asterisk in the call centre

Asterisk has been adopted by call centres around the world based on its flexibility. Call centre and contact centre developers have built complete ACD systems based on Asterisk. Asterisk has also added new life to existing call centre solutions by adding remote IP agent capabilities, advanced skills-based routing, predictive and bulk dialling, and more.

Asterisk in the network

Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs), competitive local exchange carriers (CLECS) and even first-tier incumbents have discovered the power of open source communications with Asterisk. Feature servers, hosted services clusters, voicemail systems, pre-paid calling solutions, all based on Asterisk have helped reduce costs and enabled flexibility.

Asterisk everywhere

Asterisk has become the basis for thousands of communications solutions. If you need to communicate, Asterisk is your answer.

Supported platforms

Asterisk® is primarily developed on GNU/Linux for x/86 and runs on GNU/Linux for PPC along with OpenBSD, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X. Other platforms and standards-based UNIX-like operating systems should be reasonably easy to port for anyone with the time and requisite skill to do so.

Asterisk® is available in Debian Stable and is maintained by the Debian VoIP Team.

Supported hardware

Asterisk® needs no additional hardware for Voice over IP. For interconnection with digital and analog telephony equipment, Asterisk® supports a number of hardware devices, most notably all of the hardware manufactured by Digiumᆴ, the creator of Asterisk®.

Features

Asterisk-based telephony solutions offer a rich and flexible feature set. Asterisk® offers both classical PBX functionality and advanced features which interoperates with traditional standards-based telephony systems and Voice over IP systems.

Supported protocols

Asterisk® supports a wide range of protocols for the handling and transmission of voice over traditional telephony interfaces including H.323, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), and Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP).

Using the Inter-Asterisk eXchange (IAX™) Voice over IP protocol Asterisk® merges voice and data traffic seamlessly across disparate networks. The use of Packet Voice allows Asterisk® to send data such as URL information and images in-line with voice traffic, allowing advanced integration of information.

Asterisk® provides a central switching core, with four APIs for modular loading of telephony applications, hardware interfaces, file format handling, and codecs. It allows for transparent switching between all supported interfaces, allowing it to tie together a diverse mixture of telephony systems into a single switching network.

See the Asterisk glossary for a list of terms.

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