IP PBX

Our company provides installations, upgrades and maintenance services for PBX Telephony and PBX phone systems using VOIP. We also offer products, such as Patton Gateway and Yeal Link phones. Contrary to a common belief that these PBX systems are expensive, we can show you that you can get enhanced communication for your business or for your smart home at very low prices. We design solutions that are tailor-made for your company, exactly according to your current needs and with the opportunity to upgrade in the future. With the delivery of a PBX we provide qualified installation, complete service, and long-term maintenance. We stand behind the experience and professionalism of our technicians, and on our company’s well-established service background. We can offer you services for, Very small offices, home offices and smart homes, small and growing offices and larger home based businesses Multi-branch offices and businesses that need VoIP capabilities.

Our Services

  • PBX installation and maintenance
  • installation of required software
  • wiring installation
  • specialized training for PBX operators
  • remote PBX administration
  • delivery, service, and installation of GSM gateways to PBX
  • PBX service with optional malfunction repair deadlines
Other telecommunications services can be provided – ISDN, Voice VPN, data services, Internet …

Patton Gateway

3CX is a software based private branch exchange (PBX) based on the SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) standard. It enables extensions to make calls via the public switched telephone network (PSTN) or via Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. 3CX for Windows and Linux is an IP business phone system that supports standard SIP soft/hard phones, VoIP services and traditional PSTN phone lines. 3CX was developed by 3CX, an international VoIP IP PBX software development technology company as an open-standards, software-based PBX. First published as a free IP PBX product in 2006, the product was intended to provide a VoIP solution for use in a Microsoft Windows environment. The first commercial edition of the product was launched in 2007. Reviews of the product have noted its easy configuration, management, and hardware compatibility. Smith on VoIP commented in a blog post about 3CX that it was very easy to use, but did not have all the features its competitors provide. In 2009, it was featured on the internet TV show Hak5.