Fonality trixbox Pro, is the commercial version of the popular open source system, and offers unparalleled productivity gains in a phone system designed to grow with a customer’s business.

The Fonality solution has been deployed to thousands of business sites and it is therefore market proven ... in addition, trixbox Pro is simple to use and easy to manage.

Fonality trixbox Pro has a solution that will suit your business and that of your customers. See our four different editions and see how we address many customer needs.

In addition, all our systems come with HUD™, the award-winning employee presence and communication management application that comes free with all versions of trixbox. HUD empowers its users with company-wide visibility and information on the "presence" of every colleague, making it easy to interact with one another via a single, simple interface.

“... trixbox is a telephone system based on the popular open-source Asterisk PBX (Private Branch eXchange) software. trixbox allows an individual or organization to set up a telephone system with traditional telephone networks as well as Internet-based telephony or VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)....”

trixbox was created by Andrew Gillis in November, 2004 with the goal of enabling a home user to build a fully functional Asterisk PBX system without needing to be a Linux guru or knowing much about telephony; however, it has grown beyond that significantly.


Asterisk is basically a telephony toolkit enabling developers to create numerous types of applications that interface with telephone networks. The most obvious application is that of a PBX. Asterisk can also be used as an IVR (Interactive Voice Response) system, for teleconferences and as a voicemail system. These functions can also be combined to create a powerful multi-faceted telecommunication system, which is what trixbox brings.

Simply put, Asterisk PBX is just software. While different hardware connectivity components are available, all of the features and routing is done through software. This is an amazing technical breakthrough considering that even the most modern PBX systems still rely completely on proprietary hardware and electronic switches and relays, and require specialized technicians to install and maintain. The costs for a telephone engineer to work on these systems can be extremely expensive.