The Yeastar Cloud PBX incorporates the powerful Yeastar Management Plane (YMP) and dedicated PBX instances, making it easy for solution providers and resellers to start their hosted PBX business.
- Build up your own private-branded Cloud PBX
- Manage and create PBX centrally in YMP
- Stay connected with Linkus Mobile Client
- Use the rich features of the S-Series PBX in the cloud
- Highly scalable, supporting up to 100 PBX instances, 2000 users and 500 concurrent calls. Each PBX instance also supports up to 500 users!
Yeastar’s YMP is a scalable and robust communication services platform, ensuring central management is easy. Experience rapid deployment, real-time management, enhanced security mechanisms, and more in a single centralized platform.
Yeastar Management Plane (YMP) is an embedded platform on which you can create and manage PBX instances. YMP eliminates the overwhelming workload of separate instance installation and management. In addition, it displays real-time status of CPU, network, memory and storage, and provides alarm notifications, enhanced security mechanisms, backup, and upgrade.
Yeastar Cloud PBX enhances efficiency and creates a consistent in-office experience for mobile users. By using your Android™ or Apple™ mobile device, there’s no more missing calls when working away from the office; it transforms into your office extension. Additionally, Linkus Mobile Client can reduce mobile voice charges with VoIP calls made through the Yeastar Cloud PBX.
✓Music on Hold
✓One Touch Recording
✓Backup and Restore
✓Multi-language System Prompt
✓Multi-language Web GUI
✓Multi-level User Access
✓Branded Company Name and Logo
✓Create/Delete PBX instance
✓Automated Attendant (IVR)
✓Call Detail Records (CDR)
✓Dial by Name
✓Do Not Disturb (DND)
✓Fax to Email
✓Voice to email
✓Web access to voicemail
With Yeastar Cloud PBX, you are able to unify your offices 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.