Realize Your Business Potential with the Power of Cloud
Robust · Flexible · Easy-to-use
Yeastar Cloud PBX incorporates a powerful Yeastar Management Plane (YMP) and easy to deploy dedicated PBX instances for service providers and telecom resellers to easily start hosted PBX business.
- Build up hosted pbx service in your way
- Create PBX centrally in YMP within a minute
- Scale up or down PBX capacity with a few clicks
- Stay connected anywhere anytime with Linkus App
- Enjoy all-inclusive PBX features at no extra cost
It’s Downright Easy
YMP is an embedded platform on which you can create and manage PBX instances, so say goodbye to the overwhelming workload of separate instance installation for good. In addition, it displays real-time status of CPU, network, memory and storage, and provides alarm notifications, enhanced security mechanisms, backup, upgrade and more.
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It’s Highly Scalable
Yeastar Cloud PBX is not intended to be a one-size-fits-all solution. Built on latest cloud communications technology, it allows for capacity expansion with just a few clicks. YMP supports max 100 PBX instances, 2000 users and 500 concurrent calls, while each PBX instance supports max 500 users. Distinguish yourself from competitors by providing unparalleled customization and flexibility.
It’s Multi-device Friendly.
The power of Yeastar Cloud PBX extends even further with Linkus Unified Communications App. Linkus offers full extension features on your PC and mobile phones. Calls will be routed independent of locations to the device of your choice. Users get not only a host of advanced calling features but also support for instant messaging and presence. Ready to take advantage of a whole new level of freedom and productivity?
It’s Globally Connectable
With Yeastar Cloud PBX, you are able to unify your headquarter with remote offices and a handful of teleworkers, if spanning all around the world, within a single PBX system, giving geographically dispersed employees the same features and continuity as in-house users. Offices on opposite sides of the world can then communicate as if on the same floor of one office building.