Internet Protocol Private Booking Exchange – IP PBX
An IP PBX is a complete telephony system that provides telephone calls over IP data networks rather than telephone lines.
The technology includes advanced communication features while remaining scalable and reliable. The IP PBX is also able to connect to traditional PSTN lines, so upgrading existing systems to this advanced voice and data network is a very easy.
With an IP PBX, you can even keep your regular telephone numbers. The IP PBX switches local calls over the data network internally and allows all users to share the same external phone lines.
Control – Savings – Services
The benefits of an IP PBX include:
- Much easier to install & configure: Anyone proficient in networking and computers can install and maintain an IP PBX.
- Easier to manage because of web/GUI based configuration interface: Easily maintain and fine tune your phone system.
- Significant cost savings using VoIP providers: Use a VOIP Provider for long distance and international calls. easily connect phone systems between sites to make free phone calls.
- Eliminate phone wiring: Connect IP phones directly to a standard computer network port or software phones directly on a PC.
- Eliminate vendor lock in: Mix and match any SIP hardware or software phone with any SIP-based IP PBX, PSTN Gateway or VOIP provider.
- Scalable: A standard computer can easily handle a large number of phone lines and extensions – just add more phones to your network to expand.
- Allow hot desking & roaming: With an IP PBX the user simply takes his phone to his new desk – no patching required. If the user is roaming, simply use a SIP software phone to answer calls to their extension while they’re anywhere in the world.