LOS ANGELES--()--Fonality®, the world’s largest deployment of open source-based phone systems, today announced high growth in the company’s commercial and open source business units. trixbox® CE, Fonality’s open source project, in 2008 alone was downloaded a total of 2.8 million times, which includes 336,000 SourceForge downloads and an additional 2.48 million downloads and upgrades from trixbox.org. On the commercial side, Fonality's trixbox Pro and PBXtra systems reached 44,000 deployments in over 125 countries delivering over 750 million calls using the company’s patent-pending hybrid-hosted architecture.
“The popularity of trixbox CE continues to grow throughout the US and the world. At 2.8 million downloads in 2008, the trixbox CE project is far-and-away the leader in free, open-source IP PBX products”
“At 750 million calls, Fonality continues to prove its scalability in telephony,” said Chris Lyman, Fonality CEO. “Our customers continue to grow both in size and function: we serve call centers as routinely as we serve small businesses now.”
Fonality business phone systems are designed for modern workplaces where companies have a mix of office, roaming and home-based workers. PBXtra & trixbox Pro support VoIP calling and traditional phone lines, allowing a smooth transition for businesses upgrading their calling services. Fonality's patent-pending hybrid-hosted architecture allows employee identity to be maintained as they travel between work, home, and hotel. Fonality systems, when paired with the award-winning HUD® presence software, provides a unified view of chat, email, and calling for all fixed and mobile workers.
trixbox CE is Fonality’s open source project and one of the world’s largest communities devoted to open source telephony. It operates on a single server, providing companies with a PBX phone system and the surrounding applications needed to support their business. The trixbox community has the largest number of registered users and the most active forums for discussing and resolving open source telephony and Asterisk-based issues.
"The popularity of trixbox CE continues to grow throughout the US and the world. At 2.8 million downloads in 2008, the trixbox CE project is far-and-away the leader in free, open-source IP PBX products," said Andrew Gillis, trixbox CE's Founder.
Fonality is a leader in business phone systems and contact center solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. Deployed over 44,000 times in 125 countries, Fonality's award winning IP-PBX VoIP phone systems have connected more than 750,000,000 mission critical phone calls. The PBXtra and trixbox Pro product lines are based on Fonality's patent-pending Anywhere Management® hybrid-hosted architecture, plus an improved, modified version of the popular open source code base with 5,000,000 lines of code to add reliability, stability and enterprise-class features. PBXtra and trixbox Pro deliver the advanced capabilities of an enterprise-class phone system for 40 to 80 percent less than traditional offerings. Fonality's fully free and open source telephony platform, trixbox CE, is home to one of the world's largest and fastest growing communities of open source telephony users, with over 275,000 new downloads and upgrades each month. Fonality headquarters are in Los Angeles, and the company has offices in Brazil and Australia. Company investors include Intel Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Azure Capital Partners.
Fonality, PBXtra, trixbox, HUD, and Anywhere Management are registered trademarks of Fonality. Other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.