April 17, 2007 08:24 ET

Adomo Connects Asterisk Open Source and Microsoft Exchange

New Combination Gives Mobile Services Professionals Cutting Edge Unified Voice Messaging

CUPERTINO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 17, 2007 -- Adomo Inc., the leader in next generation voice messaging and mobile unified communications solutions, announced the successful implementation of its solution with Asterisk IP PBX from Digium. Now integrating an open source IP PBX with Microsoft Exchange, Adomo is uniquely able to consolidate a company's voice and e-mail into a single messaging network. This combination provides ongoing reductions in overall total cost of ownership (TCO) to companies when they consolidate voice requirements into a single IP network.

"Adomo's new integration with Asterisk both illustrates and promotes an emerging model effecting widespread demand for and adoption of open source with its adaptability and economics," said Stephen Manetta, VP of Sales and Marketing of DigiNex, a service provider of Asterisk from Digium. "Our Asterisk IP-PBX customers now have Adomo to seamlessly consolidate their company's voice messaging and management with Microsoft Outlook."

In action, "Open Source Asterisk with Adomo has moved our company from a 90's style voice messaging system to a 21st century unified communications platform. The Adomo platform has changed the way we do business and communicate with both internal and external constituents," said Bill Ciminelli, Vice President, Network Development & Services of American Fiber Systems, Inc. "Adomo especially impacts our mobile users who previously had to separately manage messages on laptops, office computers, office phones and cell phones. With the addition of Adomo, the four messaging points have been collapsed into one, with the e-mail inbox serving as the single repository for all messages."

Advances in IP telephony and Unified Communications (UC) are driving significant change across the communications landscape. IT departments are now faced with managing voice as well as data, and Open Source telephony, particularly Asterisk, is driving a new level in communications pricing models. Small to mid-size businesses are attracted to the economy of an open source solution, while enterprises that demand broad choice, ease of customization, and flexibility find open source compelling. Adomo bridges the gap that exists for most IT departments between an established Microsoft based data network and integration with open source Asterisk telephony. Because of non-disruptive integration with Microsoft Exchange and Asterisk, Adomo dramatically reduces the IT management and support overhead required of other unified messaging solutions. For company employees, Adomo enables users to interact with their voice messages in the same inbox they use for e-mail in the office or while mobile.

Adomo's solution for open source Asterisk is available now. Interested parties may contact Adomo ( for more information.

About Adomo

Adomo provides next generation voice messaging and communications solutions that enable mobile professionals to be highly responsive to clients and customers. With Adomo, enterprise users personally control voice calls through advanced caller applications, and can easily access and manage voice messages from the e-mail inbox on their mobile device or PC. Adomo solutions provide IT with Easy integration, Easy migration and Easy budget, with significantly lower TCO than alternative solutions from legacy vendors such as Cisco and Avaya. Adomo's appliance based architecture provides unmatched flexibility for network migration and consolidation, with seamless integration to Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory, and PBX vendor independence for rolling out VoIP and replacing legacy voicemail systems. Adomo is a privately held company backed by Menlo Ventures and Storm Ventures, and is headquartered in Cupertino, California. For more information, please visit

About American Fiber Systems, Inc.

American Fiber Systems ( provides metropolitan fiber optic network infrastructure and wholesale transport services to carriers and large enterprises. AFS enables its customers to easily and reliably connect to a city's most important points of communications presence, including ILEC central offices and wire centers; CLEC PoPs; Internet Service Provider (ISP) and data center locations; Inter-exchange "carrier hotels"; wireless providers and cable company head ends; and Fortune 1000 companies. AFS has deployed high-capacity, high-bandwidth metropolitan fiber optic cable since 2000 in several cities, including Atlanta, GA, Boise, ID, Carson City, NV, Cleveland, OH, Kansas City, KS/MO, Las Vegas, NV, Lenexa, KS, Marietta, GA, Minneapolis, MN, Norcross, GA, St. Paul, MN, Nashville, TN, Overland Park, KS, Reno, NV, Salt Lake City, UT. American Fiber Systems is a privately held venture-backed company.

About CAAR Communications/DigiNex

CAAR Communications is a Rochester-based full service Internet Solutions Provider. Through its business solutions division, DigiNex, this growing enterprise provides a unique blend of voice and Internet data related solutions nationwide that includes IP telecom systems, managed services, dedicated circuits, collocation, website development and hosting, wireless networks and hotspots, IT consulting, e-mail solutions and more. For more information on DigiNex, call 585-770-1595 ext. 212

Contact Information

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    PR and Media Relations for Adomo
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