BERLIN, November 23, 2015 - After extensive compatibility testing, beroNet GmbH, a VoIP technology manufacturer, announces a technical partnership with the open source PBX Elastix; ensuring seamless interoperability between beroNet technology and the Elastix IP PBX solution.
“Gaining Elastix certification is part of beroNet’s ongoing goal to provide easy to use VoIP hardware that is fully compatible with any IP-PBX system,” said Christian Richter, CEO at beroNet. “Our partnership with Elastix is an integral step towards officially entering the Latin American market early next year.”
Elastix is a globally available open-source telecommunication platform developed by PaloSanto in Ecuador.
“As developers of solutions we aim to create partnerships that allow our customers to increase their telephony features with high quality hardware,” said Edgar Landivar, CEO at Elastix. “beroNet's certification with Elastix is part of that objective, which is complemented by first class service, granted by this important European company.”
beroNet hardware is expected to be available in Latin American markets early 2016.
Elastix is an open source project UC enjoying worldwide recognition. The goals of Elastix are reliability, modularity and ease of use. These provide added strengths to handle the reporting features making it the best choice to deploy Asterisk-based IP PBXs.
PaloSanto Solutions is a leader in open source innovation and new technology in Latin America. Our experience in the development and implementation of open source technologies makes us the preferred technology provider to more than 1000 companies. Our team of accomplished professionals with the highest certifications in the industry is always ready to serve your company in the best way possible.
beroNet GmbH is a German company founded in 2002 by three engineering entrepreneurs and is a recognized expert in the development of products and technologies for both the enterprise and service provider markets that enable reliable and efficient VoIP, ISDN, Analog & GSM connectivity technologies and through access devices engineered and manufactured in Germany.