Sangoma FreePBX and PBXact guides and Sangoma IP Phone guides

Sangoma Technologies Corporation is a Canadian manufacturer of VoIP hardware and software which are used in unified communications worldwide. Well known for their excellent interface cards, they established an early presence in the VoIP world with cards that surpassed their competition with great echo cancellation features. After Sangoma acquired FreePBX publisher Schmooze in 2015 they have been moving towards their own PBX devices and their own IP phone line. These range from the FreePBX appliance to the PBXact series UC appliance to the S series IP phone line, which are designed to integrate with FreePBX. Below you can find some of the guides and manuals for Sangoma's PBX appliances and their IP phones.

NOTE: Sangoma Phones are the only phones built purposely for FreePBX and manufactured specifically for FreePBX systems only.

 

Sangoma phone guides and manuals.

 

Sangoma PBX Appliance guides

Sangoma PBXact 40 Datasheet  1650 KB
Sangoma PBXact 60 Datasheet  1693 KB
Sangoma PBXact 100 Datasheet  1700 KB
FreePBX Series Datasheet  480 KB
Sangoma FreePBX FaxPro Brochure  1573 KB
Sangoma FeePBX Web Call Back Brochure  1243 KB
Sangoma EndPoint Manager Brochure  1494 KB
Sangoma PBXact PBXtended Features  3714 KB
Sangoma Expansion Module Datasheet  3875 KB
PBXact Appliance with GXP21xx Phones User Manual  2245 KB

 

Sangoma IP Phone Guides

Sangoma Phones Brochure  3016 KB
Sangoma PBXact S Series Phone User-Guide  5519 KB
Sangoma Phone S500 Datasheet  2940 KB


About Sangoma

Sangoma Technologies Corporation, founded in 1984, is a Canadian manufacturer of VoIP hardware and software that are used in unified communications, PBX, IVR, contact center and data-communication applications worldwide. Sangoma acquired FreePBX publisher Schmooze in 2015, the best open source GUI (Graphical User Interface) that controls and manages Asterisk. FreePBX has been bundled into various Asterisk-based third-party products such as trixbox, PBX in a Flash and Incredible PBX, and is used in many Asterisk installations worldwide.