CANADA, Markham, 13 October 2015 – Amfeltec Corporation, a leading provider of complex and innovative solutions for the world’s diverse electronics markets, announced today that its Piranha USB Adapter ™ family now comes with support for ARM-based embedded platforms.
“ARM-based systems are rapidly gaining popularity in the embedded market due to smaller processor size, reduced complexity and lower power consumption,” says Michael Feldman, President and CTO of Amfeltec Corp. “Support for this type of architecture required a significant remodelling of both our device driver and the communication protocol. This modification has positioned the Piranha Family on the new market of extremely small and powerful computers, such as Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.”
This Amfeltec modernization allows ARM-based platform users to create a PBX with multiple analog telephone connections. One of the key features of this system is the complete freedom of customization that open-source telephony software users demand.
The Piranha USB Adapter ™ family was developed for the open-source community of Asterisk®, but the base models can easily be modified to suit unique requirements; this applies to both the software and hardware aspects. Amfeltec is proud of its operational ability to keep such products current, and to offer extra design customization to clients who need it.
The Piranha family presently consists of two products: the USB-FXS and the USB-FXO adapters. The latest Asterisk® software is respected. USB Adapters have native support for DAHDI up to v2.10; they can be easily placed on systems such as FreePBX & Elastix.
Please visit Amfeltec’s product page for further details on the Piranha family: http://amfeltec.com/piranha-usb-adapters/?view=list
About Amfeltec Corporation:
Amfeltec is a Canadian company, incorporated since 2005. It is a leading provider of complex and innovative solutions for the world’s diverse markets that include telecom and electronics sectors. Most of Amfeltec’s products are covered by one or more United States patents.