Asterisk, The Open Source PBX has enjoyed rapid growth over the past 10 years. As a result, Asterisk continues to challenge larger, more established competitors to claim more market share. With Asterisk, your organisation can adopt corporate phone systems that are designed to be easier to customise and cost a fraction of traditional proprietary systems backed Digital Solutions Group comprehensive Service Level support plans and local engineering skills.
VXI* is the first official, native integration between the successful Asterisk® Open Source Telephony engine and VoiceXML, the most advanced voice and video application’s standard language. VXI* is a complementary software for Asterisk-based systems. Adding VXI* to any Asterisk® server enables access to the large VoiceXML applications world. You will get great advantages in opening your favourite PBX to the new evolution of IVVR (Interactive Voice & Video Response) and web enabled applications.
The VXI* VoiceXML interpreter works directly with the Asterisk PBX software supported by Digium®. Not only can users of the open source PBX run VoiceXML applications in the same server, they can now offer these powerful, scalable solutions at an affordable cost.
The VXI* VoiceXML browser gives operators and solution providers the ability to rapidly develop and deploy innovative voice and video applications via IP, PSTN, and 3G-324M networks. VXI* is fully compliant with the W3C’s VoiceXML 2.0 specification and is integrated with automatic speech recognition and text-to-speech software to enable advanced voice and video solutions, and real-time video calling applications. VXI* can be installed in common hardware configurations, providing a highly scalable base system to meet all your business and technical VoiceXML requirements.
Video IP/3G revolutionary stack converts your VXI* server into an advanced Video IVR (IVVR) platform powered by VoiceXML 2.0+.
Up to day, video IP/3G packages are available for production platforms to allow 3G-324m, h323, Flash/RTMP and SIP videocalls thru VXI*. This module adds many features to play, record, and transcode videocalls from different channels to many others.