Sangoma Technologies Corporation

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Sangoma Technologies Corporation
Public
Traded as TSX-VSTC
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1984
Founder David Mandelstam
Headquarters Markham, Ontario, Canada
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
William J. Wignall, CEO
Tony Lewis, COO
David S. Moore, CFO
Products SIPStation
FreePBX
Session Border Controllers
Telephony cards
VoIP gateways
Express For Lync
Call Analyzer
Multiplexers
Revenue Increase $16.32 million CAD (FY2015 )
Increase $0.25 million CAD (FY2015)[1]
Subsidiaries Paraxip Technologies, VegaStream
Website sangoma.com

Sangoma Technologies Corporation (Sangoma) is a provider of hardware and software for voice over IP based in Canada. Its voice, data and video products are used in unified communications, PBX, IVR, contact centre and data-communication applications worldwide.

Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE: STC[2]).

Sangoma acquired FreePBX publisher Schmooze on January 2, 2015.[3] FreePBX, an open source GUI (graphical user interface) that controls and manages Asterisk (PBX),[4] is bundled into various Asterisk-based third-party products such as trixbox, PBX in a Flash and Incredible PBX.

Sangoma acquired Digium, Inc., a communications technology company based in Huntsville, Alabama, on September 5, 2018. Digium’s core business lines include Switchvox, the Asterisk-based VoIP business phone system, Digium IP phones, and Asterisk telephony software and hardware products.

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  1. ^ https://www.google.ca/finance?q=CVE:STC&fstype=ii
  2. ^ http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/snapshot/snapshot.asp?ticker=STC:CN
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-02-02. Retrieved 2015-02-01. 
  4. ^ Madsen, Leif; Jim Van Meggelen; Russell Bryant (2013). Asterisk: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition (4th ed.). O'Reilly Media. p. 800. ISBN 978-1-4493-3242-6. FreePBX, the juggernaut of the Asterisk community. This interface (which is at the heart of many of the most popular Asterisk distributions, such as AsteriskNOW, Elastix, the FreePBX Distro, and PBX in a Flash), is unarguably a very large part of why Asterisk has been as successful as it has. With the FreePBX interface, you can configure and manage many aspects of an Asterisk system without touching a single configuration file. While we purists may like everyone to work only with the config files, we recognize that for many, learning Linux and editing these files by hand is simply not going to happen. For those folks, there is FreePBX, and it has our respect for the important contributions it has made to the success of Asterisk.