What are the requirements under Asterisk for small office?

Comrades!
There is a piece of hardware with the following parameters:
Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10 GHz + DDR3 1333MHz 4 GB.
I want to put Centos 7 + bare asterisk 15.6.1 (well i.e. last date) will Pull this config about 4-6 external and 50 internal + 1-2 rooms for conferences. In General there is a thread calculator to calculate the required load?
March 12th 20 at 07:58
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March 12th 20 at 08:00
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March 12th 20 at 08:02
Take your finished ATS-type "agate". Save on computer units in the rack and electricity.
Thank you funny. Offer to buy agate and then pay for the extension of the state, to buy fees, buy licenses, etc., and say the words - "save". - Darrin_Stros commented on March 12th 20 at 08:05
The first is not advertising. Has experience in operating this type.
Second -you are encouraged to look towards ready decisions. If you want to exploit the system, not to educate ourselves.
Third - the Economics of the project.
Station with 4 fxo sip user 48 is in the area of 45 thousand. expandable up to 256 users. The cost of additional user - 450-350 RUB depending on the size of the package. For the money you have a packaged solution with some technical support and scalability.
In the case of samobora: for connection to the PSTN requires card modules cost in the region of 25-30 thousand rubles or the gateway (if 4fxo) cost in the region of 15 thousand rubles. the cost of the computer -25-30 thousand roubles. Plus there is a time for configuring the system. For the money you have undocumented non-standardized solution, technical support which carries a specialist that turned.
Fourth - the size and power consumption. The first decision is the size of a diary and consumes no more than 15W. Second-4U and at least 40. These values are highly relevant when you need to place the equipment in the existing cabinets and provide guaranteed operation time during a power outage. - Leilani commented on March 12th 20 at 08:08

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