PBX Shipments Into Europe Continue To Strengthen

April 2007
Business Communications Review;Apr2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the shipment of private branch exchange telephone (PBX) equipment. The author notes that Europe, the Middle East and Africa all had a strong fourth quarter in fiscal year 2006 regarding shipments of PBXs. Also noted was a decline in sales in North America. Sales of PBXs in Eastern Europe were expanding faster than in the rest of Europe at the time of publication. The author notes that many parts of Eastern Europe are still using antiquated PBXs and the region could possibly transition directly to Internet protocol.


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