PABX or VoIP
VOIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol is the latest and greatest way to chat as the costs are reduced because you are not going through a normal phone line but rather using the internet to make a call.
What is VoIP?
Basically, VoIP uses the Internet to make phone calls, instead of the old-fashioned phone network (known as the PSTN, publicly switched telephone network).
What is Internet Protocol?
Internet protocol is what allows you to access web sites and the Internet. It allows you to exchange data with other sites on the web. Basically, VoIP converts your voice into data and then sends and receives data on the Internet.
How does VoIP work?
VoIP converts the sound of your voice into data and uses Internet Protocol to send that data.
What Is A PBX?
Also known as an IP PBX, Unified Communications System or business phone system, a PBX acts as the central switching system for phone calls within a business. PBX systems handle internal traffic between stations and act as the gatekeeper to the outside world. The initials PBX stand for Private Branch Exchange, a very old fashioned term for a system that has evolved significantly over the past century.
A traditional PBX is made up of two key elements: lines and stations. The lines, sometimes called trunks, are connections to the global public switched telephony network (PSTN) by way of a telephone company. Stations are simply telephones or other endpoint devices like fax machines, modems and credit card terminals.
Investing in our IP PBX makes a lot of sense, not only for new companies buying a phone system, but also for companies who might want to upgrade or change. Our IP PBX delivers such significant savings in management, maintenance, and call costs, that upgrading to our IP PBX, should be the obvious choice for any company.
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