Here's an excerpt of the post:
IP PBX is an ideal small office telephone exchange designed to keep your business communications efficient and effective. Based on embedded Linux OS, it integrates IP-sharing, email/web server, and Internet firewall together with digital switching technology in modular PBX and VoIP design.
Hmmm. Let me get this straight...
a) It's a Linux-based IP-PBX similar to Asterisk or Pingtel's SIPXchange.
b) According to the website, it's based in France (we won't hold that against them)
c) Why wasn't I informed about this?
Amazing how many new products I accidentally find out about in the VoIP Forums.
In any event, here are some of the specs. (some weird characters on their website that I got this from, but I'm not going to clean it up. I suspect it may be because they also have an office in China and their was some copy/pasting action going on from their Chinese division which uses a different character-set.)
Robust flash boot Linux system and application programs.
Full digitalP PBX functions with auto attendant, voice mail, schedule call, SMS, phone book, call log checking, status monitoring, and record-on-demand.
8-port VoIP capability, with no A/D loss high quality digital switching.
Smart system monitoring function ensures stability and reports failures.
QoS (Quality of Service) bandwidth control capability ensures VoIP quality.
Build in DHCP, e-mail server and fire wall.
Specifications for IP PBX32
Compact size: 340mm X 260mm X 44mm (1U size).
90-240 VAC input.
Build-in 80V/24V switching power for ring/phone use.
PBX free port design, 8 slots for CO/Ext modules to support max. 32 ports.
4-port CO module/4-port Ext module.
1 slot for VoIP module, max. 8 VoIP resources.
1 10/100 WAN port, 8-LAN port 10/100 Ethernet switches.
USB 1.0 ¡Á 2 and printer port ¡Á 1.
16 ¡Á 2 backlit LCD panel for easy system configuration
LEDs for power/switch status.
Built in 20GB hard drive.
2 cooling fans with speed control, one temperature sensor.