Altitude Launches New Open Source-Based SIP Server

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 6, 2010


Altitude Software has announced the launch of its Altitude vBox 4.0, a new version of the company's independent, competitive SIP server. As reported in this news story on TMCnet, the Altitude vBox allows organizations to rapidly deploy a powerful and highly scalable IP multimedia contact center solution and infrastructure at a very competitive cost.


The Altitude vBox is based on Asterisk the open source IP PBX.

"The Altitude vBox is based on Asterisk, the world’s most popular open source IP PBX. It’s an infrastructure solution optimized by Altitude Software (a Digium Call Center ACD partner) to enhance contact centers’ performance, scalability, usability, and enable direct integration with Altitude uCI, Altitude’s customer interaction management suite. The Altitude vBox new release adds: · High end scalability including support up to 2000 agents; · Proven fault tolerance with very fast recovery times, achieving increased availability; · Advanced management features, including easy-to-install processes and administration tools; · A revamped GUI with centralized configuration and management."

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