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About Digium Switchvox
Founded in 1999, Digium got their start by offering support and services to Linux users. Now, Digium is famous for their Asterisk telephony project, which is an open source software. They are a privately held company and are firm believers in open communication. This is done through innovations in open source software. Digium is certified through the International Organization for Standardization, and they are consistently upgrading and improving their product quality. Collaborating with telephony industry giants like Skype and IBM, they’re continually expanding their services and innovating new technologies. They meet the international standards specification for their products and services. Digium stands by their mission to transform the way companies utilize communication services.
Switchvox IP PBX gives companies the ability to switch to an advanced unified communication solution. Digium Switchvox allows office communication to be integrated, saving both time and money. Because it is an open source software, these IP PBX systems are ideal for government and educational institutions. With Switchvox IP PBX, a school district can unite parents, teachers, administrators and students, allowing streamlined, easy, on-the-go communications. It is available on the cloud, so you can access the phone system from wherever you are, including on your computer, landline phones and mobile devices.
(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Ward)