[Freeswitch-users] IP PBX selection

Roamer2998 roamer2998 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 21 12:18:16 MSD 2017

Hi all,

Finally we make decision that go with PortSIP, the reasons are below:

1. Support the easy cluster deployment for handle large concurrent calls
and provide
2. All REST API(this is very important to us for integrate the PBX with our
current system), and also offer the rebrand app for free.
3. The multi-tenant arch.

Thanks all for your suggestions, we have learned a lot of !


On Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 2:33 PM, Roamer2998 <roamer2998 at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hi all, I'm new to VoIP, now we have a project that needs
> a PBX with client APPs.
> In our team we have argument for choosing PBX. By so far,
> we have following candidates:
> A: Open source
>      1) Asterisk PBX (http://www.asterisk.org) (with
> longest history that almost every one knows it)
>      2) FreeSwitch (http://www.freeswitch.org) (A lot
> people recommended it to us)
> B: Commercial
>     1) Vodia PBX (http://www.vodia.com). It comes from
> SNOM, but acquired by a HongKong company now
>     2) PortSIP PBX (http://www.portsip.com/portsip-pbx).
> It also includes VoIP SDK, WebRTC and offer rebranding app for free.
> My boss prefers the Open Source PBX since they are
> free, but our CTO prefers the commercial editions, according to whom the
> business PBX has better support, and the performance
> is good, and easy to use - considering our team all are new to VoIP/PBX.
> We have did some searching of FreeSwitch, it seems the
> sofia stack comes from Nodia.
> Here's my question:
> 1. Does the Nokia still maintain this stack or not?
> 2. Any commercial support by FreeSwitch developers? Can I
> got the quotation?
> 3. Is it easy to compile and setup FreeSwitch?
> 4. Which FreeSwitch version is recommended? ( 1.6?)
> Thanks in advance .
> Best regards,
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