Vodia PBX: The premier software PBX for Windows, Linux and MacOS
Vodia PBX: The ideal solution for snom phones
Vodia PBX: Fax integration
Vodia PBX: Full control from the web browser
Vodia PBX Core Feature Set
The Vodia PBX implements the telephone system requirements in the office, especially:
The Vodia PBX can easily be deployed on a servers running popular operating systems like Microsoft Windows, several Linux distributions or MacOS. This gives customers the possibility to run their favorite operating system, eliminating additional training and operations cost.
It supports VoIP phones that use the SIP protocol, especially snom VoIP phones. In order to terminate calls into the public telephone network, it can be connected to PSTN gateway hardware and SIP service providers.
Extensive Mobility Support
Users may use SIP desktop phones, cordless phones, soft phones on PC, tablets or smart phones or standard cell phones. In addition to registering SIP VoIP phones, users may use their cell phones to receive calls through the public telephone network. This eliminates the need to install apps on the cell phones and data connectivity. The extensive cell phone support makes it possible for your company to use the system practically from anywhere.
The Vodia PBX also supports home office with broadband Internet access and road office better though its far-end NAT traversal support. When exposing the Vodia PBX to the public Internet, an automatic and effective fraud detection and defense mechanism makes Internet mobility possible. Scripts that are trying to gain access to your system will have a hard time getting anything out from your PBX, while users can enjoy the mobility that makes VoIP so productive in today's world.
Installers benefit from the extensive provisioning support that comes with the Vodia PBX. Customers can not only choose from the snom VoIP phone portfolio; other vendors are also included in the provisioning template set. This significantly reduces the installation cost and the cost for operating the system by reducing the number of support cases after the rollout.