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  • Traditional PBX (Phone Systems) Vs Hosted IP-PBX (Voice Over...Traditional PBX phone equipment were designed for PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)Originally the network of the worlds public circuit-switched telephone networks, of fixed-lineanalog telephone systems, even though the PSTN is now almost entirely digital but it still runs ona fixed line concept (where every phone conversation is using a physical line from point a to pointb). therefore it cannot support any open standards used for VoIP (Voice over IP) like SIP (SessionInitiation Protocol), which is designed to be independent of the underlying transport layers (whereevery phone conversation is using a very intelligently over the internet connection), it is widelyused for controlling multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video calls /conferences over Internet Protocol (IP) and IP PBX Solutions. 99% if not 100% of all medium-sized and larger companies are using a PBX because it is less expensive than connecting an external telephone line to every telephone in the organization. In addition, it is easier to call someone within a PBX because the number you need to dial is typically just 3 or 4 digits.There are many serious considerations for any organization moving away from its existing phonesystem, likely to be based on the regular phone network and an expensive Centryx system to anew system based around IP telephony. A key decision is the right PBX system to choose andhow to integrate that into existing organization IT and business practices while still planning forthe future.CLICK HERE TO GET INSTANT ACCESS TO CIRCUIT PROTOCOLSDownload this document if link is not clickableHosted PBX is generally built to give any mid-sized business a total IP PBX solution formultichannel communications, business processes, contact center operations, and optimumperformance from your employees, all to offer superior service for your customers.Aside of the obvious that it was designed and programmed for PSTN, (and it does not support theprotocols the phone conversation is carried over) and that the inside wiring of Traditional PBXsuses RJ2 wire vs IP-PBX are using CAT5 wire, there are much more differences with the Traditional
  • PBXs vs Hosted IP-PBX, I will just name a few:CLICK HERE TO GET INSTANT ACCESS TO CIRCUIT PROTOCOLSDownload this document if link is not clickableArticle source = ezinearticles.com/?Traditional-PBX-(Phone-Systems)-Vs-Hosted-IP-PBX-(Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol-Based-Phone-System)