IP-PBX Market Continues Gaining Over Traditional Alternatives

October 2006
Business Communications Review;Oct2006, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
This article discusses the growth in shipments in the IP-PBX markets. Also discussed in the article is Hybrid IP/TDM PBXs, which are developing a shift to IP lines from TDM lines. The article includes a graph which shows the PBX share of line shipments and the percent share for Hybrid IP/TDM PBX, Traditional (PBX + Key), and IP PBX markets across multiple quarters. The IP line penetration ihas reportedly improved in the market while both the PBX + Key and Hybrid IP/TDM PBX markets showed a decline.


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