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    Default Virtual PBX

    Can you create a virtual box? Basically just the software to run on a linux box. This would have not interfaces except a ethernet connection, but would have full features and be able to connect to the gateways. This would allow the system to be hosted in the data center or setup in a straight ip configuration.

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    Wahinkto,

    Currently Epygi Technologies does not have any plans to release a pure software solution of our IP PBX products. In the future we are planning on expanding our solution to a rack mountable server based product that can support much higher port counts. This new product could be hosted in a data center and be used in a pure IP state.

    The current products available could also be hosted in a data center and be setup in a pure IP state. If you would like to discuss further, please feel free to contact me directly. Thank you.

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