Dunedin firm offers VoIP

System based on Asterisk open source PBX project

Dunedin-based firm VentureVoIP has announced a business VoIP service built around open source software.

The service is delivered through a VoIP-based PBX called Conduit3, based on the open source Asterix PBX and Linux. Users only need a broadband connection to use the service, the company says. VentureVoIP staff have been contributing to the Asterisk project for four years.

The company says features such as conference calls and video conferencing are available at no cost, and many companies will be able to significantly reduce their ongoing telecommunication costs.

“A key component of our total solution is providing a high-quality VoIP service, and our traffic shaping technology enables us to do this by prioritising voice traffic over other internet traffic," Technical Director Matt Riddell says. "Our Exchange also constantly monitors call quality to all destinations and allows for quality based routing.”

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