IBeX™ Appliances Derived from IBeX OS

IBeX™ Appliances and virtual machines are Carrier grade open source Voice over IP (VoIP) telecommunications switches supporting multiple VoIP protocols and a comprehensive telephony feature set.  Because IBeX grew from Asterisk, the most popular and flexible open source telephone system in the world, it offers flexibility, functionality, and incredibly diverse features. Compatible with any standards based VoIP phone or device, IBeX provides the ultimate communication system.

The IBeX difference is IBeX OS™ a operating system platform that is highly stable and an efficiently engineered voice platform to support rigorous Telecom Central Office operations with high level carrier grade functionality. Providing support for heavy call volumes and transporting secure, large scale VoIP traffic worldwide is part of the core engineering.

Part of providing a highly stable and reliable carrier grade solution is also providing a reliable foundation to continue to develop and support these switches.  IBeX switches have been providing carrier switching since 2004 and our parent company has been in the technology industry since 1990.  Not only are our switches something you can count on so is the company.

Ranging from small office to large enterprise and central office systems, there is an IBeX switch that will meet your needs.

 our prodcuts


Small & Medium Business or Branch Office

(~200 Phones & ~60 Concurrent Calls)


Very Large Highly Redundant Systems

(200+ Phones & Lots Calls, N+2 Redundancy)


Very Large Highly Redundant Systems

(200+ Phones, Lots of Calls, NEBS Level 3 Compliance)


Small or Large Systems

Capacity Based Redundancy Based On Virtual Hardware

What is IBeX OS

IBeX OS™ is the IBeX Operating System (OS) and is the difference between IBeX and any other phone/communication system that is based on Asterisk.

IBeX OS™ is a customized version of Linux optimized to support telephony operations.  This means a careful crafting of the Linux operating system to choose the pieces that will provide an optimal platform for VoIP operations.

Once the OS was designed, our team then added Asterisk to the OS.  We didn’t just dump Asterisk into the OS and go, we examined every aspect of Asterisk and then crafted the system into modules that structure Asterisk into maintainable and testable “packages” that can be updated via the Internet to meet the changing needs of customers and allow for a seamless upgrade path as new versions of Asterisk and the OS are released.  These packages were then structured into a three tiered release model that allows for extensive testing of each update and feature improvements before they are released to live systems.  We test dozens of iterations and variations on packages before they even leave our Alpha release queue and move into the structured beta queue. Read More …

Scott Henderson

President at Finite Technologies Incorporated

An Engineer and mathematician that got caught up with the development/building of the Internet, has founded and built 5 companies.

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