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WRAP-based PBX system

RMS uses a WRAP 1-2 and a WRAP 2 Indoor for a cost effective and powerful PBX system

Our featured case study this month is from RMS, a provider of resource and reservation management software, and QuickSwitch, a provider of flexible and affordable PABX solutions.

RMS replaced their old Commander PBX system with a powerful and affordable PBX system using Asterisk Linux and our WRAP boxes. At the same time, they extended their phone system to their interstate and overseas offices and avoided the cost and complexity of traditional PBX systems.

Read more about it on our case studies page.

More memory for your net4801

net4801 now available with 128MB or 256MB RAM

Due to popular demand, we’re now offering the net4801-60 board from Soekris. This board is identical to our current net4801 board, except that it comes with 256MB of RAM onboard, instead of 128MB. (And it costs more.)

So you can either buy the board on its own, or choose 256MB of memory in the options when you order your next dual rackmount net4801 or net4801 box.

In other news…

New products

We’re now offering a higher-memory version of the net4801 board (256MB). Just select it from the options on the dual rackmount net4801 or net4801 box

Product changes

We don’t know about you, but we found our ‘related products’ section in the product pop-ups less than helpful at times.

So we’ve split it into:
‘Similar products’ – products you might want to buy instead of the current one AND
‘Related products’ – products you might want to buy to go with the current one
Hopefully you’ll find this more useful when trying to figure out what goes with what, and which product suits you best.

As always, please let us know if you have any other suggestions on how we can make our website even better.

Extra bits

new Soekris board coming – the net5501

Soekris are currently developing a new board for their range – the net5501.

This new board will have a 500MHz processor, four 10/100 Mbit ethernet ports, up to 1 GB DDR-SDRAM main memory and a Compact Flash slot. It will also have capacity for one miniPCI card, a hard drive and one or two low-power PCI cards.

We can’t commit to an availability date until the board’s officially released, and then we have to sort out compliance issues and all that muck before we can sell it here in Australia. But we plan to have net5501-based products on offer by the new financial year. We’ll keep you posted.

You can read more about the new net5501 on the Soekris website. Can’t wait for that one!

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