Hosted IP PBX: Why would I want anything else?

October 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2011, p24
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses the use of Internet Protocol (IP) Private Branch Exchanges (PBX) technology in hotel businesses. He notes that IP PBX solution puts the majority of the equipment in the provider's numerous data centers. The author stresses the significant benefits of IP BPX as a business solution. Moreover, he compares such technology with the traditional phone system, discussing the edge of the former technology over the latter system.


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