WIN Enterprises, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of embedded x86 motherboards and platforms for OEMs, announced today the introduction of its WIN Pro IP PBX (News - Alert) (PL-60700), an economical desktop platform for IP PBX systems.
Company officials claim that the WIN Pro IP PBX is available as an Asterisk (News - Alert)-ready platform to enable T-OEMS and service providers to provide large enterprise features to small businesses. Onboard Sangoma digital telephony technology supports FXO (1x) and FXS (2x) ports. Development and testing software based on Asterisk open source software will be available with the platform to enable fast time to market.
The AMD (News - Alert) Geode LX800 processor is a low-power consuming with the AMD Geode CS5536 chipset. The platform utilizes up to 1GB of system memory and there is a choice of CompactFlash or SATA HDD storage is available. A 10/100Mbps Ethernet port is fitted with a four-port 10/100 switch.
Features include an AMD Geode LX800 500MHz processor, 1x FXO and 2x FXS ports based on Sangoma Remora digital telephony technology, ability to support Asterisk open source software, compact desktop size: 12.25” (W) x 1.75” (H) x 6” (D), fanless operation, one 184-pin DDR socket supports up to 1GB memory, CF or SATA HDD storage can be specified, one 10/100Mbps; 4-Port 10/100 switch, two USB ports and 2x Mini PCI.
The WIN Pro IP PBX supports various versions of Linux, including Fedora 6 or above, Linux Gentoo 2006 or above, openSUSE 10 or above, and Ubuntu (News - Alert) 7 or above. Any distribution based on the Linux kernel 2.6.18 or later is supported.
Pricing for the WIN Pro IP PBX (PL-60700) in OEM quantities is $445 which includes CPU and external brick power supply. Memory and storage are extra based on customer requirements.
Founded in 1991, WIN Enterprises has developed several reference designs for leading microprocessor companies, as well as customized set-top boxes, rack-mounted appliances, and other electronic products for electronic-OEMs.
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Edited by Jessica Kostek