Integra Telecom gives SIP customers Fonality trixbox IP PBX option

Integra Telecom's SIP trunking service customers will now have another IP PBX system available, as the service provider now supports Fonality's trixbox Community Edition (CE) IP PBX.

The trixbox IP PBX system has gained lab certification, meaning current Integra SIP trunking customers can use that system without worrying it won't work with their SIP service.

"This new certification ensures that Integra customers who are using or wish to use trixbox CE will have a seamless experience," said Rogier Ducloo, director of product management at Integra Telecom.

Based on the Asterisk platform, the tribox CE is an open source IP PBX system that can be used by either SMBs or mid-sized businesses serving hundreds of users in multiple sites.

One of the key features of the tribox CE is that it allows businesses to build their own custom features and modules and tap into an online user community to resolve issues and make updates to their service.  

The interoperability agreement with Fonality is just one of many PBX vendors that Integra has pursued in recent years to ensure its IP-based services can appeal to a customer base that still uses an on-premise IP PBX system. In addition to Fonality, Integra has achieved interoperability with other IP PBX vendors, including Allworx, Ingate, NEC and Toshiba.

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