Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX - Multi Tenant Asterisk based PBX software for ITSPs

Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX delivers advanced business PBX functionality, reliability, and unmatched return on investment to Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) and their customers.

Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX is an  easy-to-deploy hosting-ready IP PBX and unified communications software capable of supporting multiple virtual PBXs on a single Asterisk® server and enabling ITSPs and resellers to offer a hosted PBX alternative to smaller or distributed companies.

By partitioning the Asterisk PBX platform Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX allows Internet Telephony Service Providers setup and manage multiple independent PBXs using one or more Asterisk servers, optimize resource use, reduce cost, and offer their customers powerful PBX features in a secure hosted environment. It offers ease of service provisioning and management to service providers and advanced functionality to their customers.

Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX open architecture and extensive API (application programming interface) simplify the process of integration with service provider portals, billing systems, CRMs and other components within service provider service infrastructure.

The result? ITSPs can quickly roll out hosted telephony services to their customers without investing in the prohibitively expensive solutions of the past.

 

Screenshots of Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX web GUI

Key features of Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX:

  • High- Availability, Redundancy and automatic failover are at the core of Thirdlane PBX based solutions. Configured during installation or added as needed they address the demands of businesses with critical communications requirements.  
  • Support and Auto-Provisioning of Popular Phones. Thirdlane PBX is available with sample templates for auto-provisioning of Aastra, Cisco, Linksys, Polycom, Snom and Yealink phones and ATAs. Partners and customers can easily customize these templates or add new templates to support additional types of devices.