Build private cloud applications using a commercial, enterprise-grade release of the world’s most powerful and widely deployed open-source communications platform, FreeSWITCH.
A scalable, carrier-grade platform trusted by over 5,000 commercial enterprises worldwide.
FreeSWITCH Enterprise includes full support for SIP compliance across all transports - UDP, TCP, SCTP and TLS. It can act as a Session Border Controller (SBC). SIMPLE support enables it to gateway to other chat protocols.
For use with WebRTC built into modern browsers, FreeSWITCH Enterprise can be used as an application server, a gateway, or both. It can provide native services to the browser without a gateway and act as a gateway to SIP applications, legacy systems, and the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
In addition to built-in IP/PBX features, FreeSWITCH Enterprise includes Support for text-to-speech. automatic speech recognition, call recording, voice mail, conferencing, fax, and more.
Video conferencing features are integrated into FreeSWITCH Enterprise, including higher-level functions such as customizable video layouts, video superimposing, screen sharing, and mixed protocol conferences (SIP, WebRTC, PSTN, etc.)
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Both on-premises and cloud-based PBX and call center offerings use FreeSWITCH Enterprise as their underlying platform.
Service providers currently use FreeSWITCH Enterprise for high-capacity switching in telephony and IoT applications.
FreeSWITCH Enterprise is used for many industry-specific uses such as routing emergency calls to medical professionals.
With plans starting at $5K per month, with a minimum one-year commitment, get started with FreeSWITCH Enterprise for less than the cost of one engineer.
Pay only for the modules that you're using. Optional modules include WebRTC, fax, conference, event socket, Google (Dialogflow, ASR. TTS). Watson, Polly, G.729 codec, and more.