Net2phone is a wholly owned subsidiary of IDT corporation that specializes in offering low cost, high quality residential, enterprise and wholesale VOIP telephony. Founded in 1996, Net2Phone was one of the pioneers in internet Telephony and has continued to remain at the top of the industry even to this day. Net2Phone currently routes millions of minutes daily over data networks, saving consumers and businesses up to 90% off traditional long distance rates.
Askozia provides a highly intuitive telephone system for businesses. This is accomplished by combining our popular software AskoziaPBX with standard PC hardware or numerous embedded platforms. AskoziaPBX is incredibly easy to use, supports VoIP, ISDN, analog and GSM, is multilingual and costs less than a single VoIP phone.
VoipSwitch Inc. a subsidiary of Voiceserve Inc. is an applications development company that is focused on developing high quality, scalable, and cost efficient VoIP platform solutions for global telecommunications service providers. The company is utilizing its proprietary solutions to enable operators to deliver secure, reliable VoIP-based services which are fully interoperable with other established VoIP standards and systems.
METCO is a top-tier provider and integrator of information and communication technology solutions that are scalable, secure, and Cost-effective. These solutions target specific business challenges and their implementation results in tangible business value. Be it to fulfill the needs of a telecommunications carrier, a private enterprise or a government institution.
M&A Technologies Ltd
M&A Technologies Ltd. provides Call Shop solution and their IP call master is fully working with our IP Phone.
Elastix is an appliance software that integrates the best tools available for Asterisk-based PBXs into a single, easy-to-use interface. It also adds its own set of utilities and allows for the creation of third party modules to make it the best software package available for open source telephony.
The goals of Elastix are reliability, modularity and ease-of-use. These characteristics added to the strong reporting capabilities make it the best choice for implementing an Asterisk-based PBX.
ATCOM's IP Phone has been widely used in Elastix. And ATCOM's FXO/FXS Card has been integrated with Elastix.