Flexible Digital Phone System

June 1987
Management Services;Jun87, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p44
Ansamatic who specialize in the installation and maintenance of telephone systems, have just added a state-of-the-art telephone system to their range. The SDX4O is manufactured by STO and is 100 percent British. According to Ansamafic it is also the first digital key telephone system on the market. Being digital means that the system is future-proof it has been designed to accommodate the latest technology for combining voice, text, image and data communications as and when it becomes available, It is also flexible in its configuration, as its ports can be arranged to handle either incoming lines or extensions as required. For example, the 40 port version can handle S incoming lines with 35 extensions, 17 incoming lines with 23 extensions, and so on. There is also a 60 port version with similar facilities. A small computer in the small wall-mounted control unit is used to control the operation of the system. Software control makes for a lot of features, over 100, they include calling back when a busy number has become free, divert, three way conference redirect, do not disturb interrupt, speed dialing, printout of call data and long distance call barring on certain extensions.


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