A development team based in Singapore have taken to the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform this week to launch a new wireless unified communication platform called Crux LX. Now available to back with pledges starting at S$479 the Crux LX hardware offers a power-efficient and modular Router that doubles up as an IP-PBX, without cables and instruments, at a fractional cost of other devices in the market, says its creators. Watch the video below to learn more about the unified communication platform which is now available to backfire Kickstarter with shipping expected to take place during January 2018.
The development team behind Crux LX explain more about its inspiration, design and features.
Crux LX is a plug-and-play device as it comes pre-configured for most common needs. It just needs to be powered on, and like any other Access Point (AP) or router, its wireless radio or SSID (as described on the box) is available for devices to connect. For it to connect to internet it needs a wired ethernet (RJ45) connector coming from your cable or fiber modem, as you would with any other AP or router.
A quick reference guide is available for download from our website using which you can easily start distributing the 100 pre-configured extension numbers to users. For voice communication, Crux LX acts like a SIP server. To connect to this and start using voice, you could download any of the SIP client application or softphone application that allows you to input three key data points (1) Extension number (2) Password (3) IP Address of Crux LX. These three credentials allow a SIP client to register with Crux LX and you are ready to call one another!
To make a pledge and to learn more about the Crux LX jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News, Top News