XiVO solutions is a suite of PBX applications based on several free existing components including Asterisk Play Pekko Akka and Scala. It provides a solution for enterprises who wish use modern communication services (IPBX, Unified Messaging, …) api and application to businesses.

It gives especially access to outsourced statistics, real-time supervision screens, third-party CTI integration and recording facilities.

XiVO solutions is free software. Most of its distinctive components, and XiVO solutions as a whole, are distributed under the GPLv3 license and or the LGPLv3 license..

XiVO solutions documentation is also available as a downloadable HTML, EPUB or PDF file. See the downloads page for a list of available files or use the menu on the lower right.

XiVO History

XiVO was created in 2005 by Sylvain Boily (Proformatique SARL). The XiVO mark was owned by Avencall SAS after a merge between Proformatique SARL and Avencall SARL in 2010. Avencall was acquired by Wisper group in 2020. Subsequently, in 2024, Avencall was further acquired by Volaris group.

The XiVO core team now works for Volaris in Dardilly (France)

  • XiVO 1.2 was released on February 3, 2012.

  • XiVO 13.07 was the last version with Asterisk

  • XiVO 13.08 includes Asterisk 11.3.0 in May 2013

  • XiVO 13.25 is running under Wheezy in December 2013

  • XiVO 14.02 is now called XiVO Five to celebrate the editor 5th year

  • XiVO 15.13 runs Asterisk 13 in July 2015

  • XiVO 15.20 is running under Jessie in January 2016

  • XiVO 2016.02 starts the new versioning system including XiVO-CC and XiVO-UC modules in October 2016

  • XiVO solutions 2016.04 includes new XiVO assistant, web edition, mobile edition and Desktop edition in December 2016

  • XiVO solutions 2017.03 in April 2017 is the first Long Term Support version known as Five.The main goal is to offer a stable version every 6 months even if the team is still doing small and agile iterations of 3 weeks.

  • XiVO solutions 2017.11 in October 2017, second LTS release known as Polaris

  • XiVO solutions 2018.05 in April 2018, third LTS release known as Aldebaran,

  • XiVO solutions 2019.16 in October 2018, 4th LTS release known as Borealis,

  • XiVO solutions 2019.05 in April 2019, 5th LTS release known as Callisto,

  • XiVO solutions 2019.12 in October 2019, 6th LTS release known as Deneb,

  • XiVO solutions 2020.07 in April 2020, 7th LTS release known as Electra that set Five version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2020.18 in October 2020, 8th LTS release known as Freya that set Polaris version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2021.07 in April 2021, 9th LTS release known as Gaia running on Asterisk 18 that set Aldebaran version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2021.15 in October 2021, 10th LTS release known as Helios that set Borealis version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2022.05 in April 2022, 11th LTS release Known as Izar that set Callisto version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2022.10 in October 2022, 12th LTS release Known as Jabbah that set Deneb version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2023.05 in April 2023, 13th LTS release Known as Kuma that set Electra version as out of support,

  • XiVO solutions 2023.10 in October 2023, 14th LTS release Known as Luna that set Freya version as out of support,

Next release is on the way, will be called XiVO Maia and will be available in April 2024.


XiVO architecture was redesigned to be GDPR compliant by being “privacy by design”, which is the GDPR DNA. We have in this respect refined all the features since Polaris to be 100% compliant.