Asterisk for Mac OS X Will Ship to US in Early 2011

Posted by at 6:44 am on September 7, 2010

Sunrise Telephone Systems has announced its 2010 version of Asterisk for Mac OS X. The software is a port of the Linux version, and allows a Mac to host a private branch exchange (PBX) and VoIP server. An optional ISDN adapter brings compatibility with ISDN telephone lines.

Features included auto-attendant, call conferencing, call forwarding, call screening and call transfers, voice response menus, music-on-hold, voicemail, voicemail-by-email and IP phone support.

The 2010 version ships with a telephony server, an auto-starter, a configuration engine and a switchboard application. It features system preference panes that aid in easily setting up the server on a Mac.

The 2010 edition is expected to ship in Japan in December, with English version shipping in early 2011. The software requires Mac OS X 10.5 and 512MB of RAM for low call volumes, with 1GB of RAM required for high call volume usage. Pricing estimates are $580 without the ISDN adapter and $915 with the adapter.

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