The challenge for many customers is understanding which features are needed of a given solution. In spite of the reliability of traditional analog/digital PBX, the telephony industry is moving over to IP telephony/IP PBX or known as Voice-over-IP (VOIP). The features of traditional PBX have already been overshadowed by all the advantages offered by IP telephony/VOIP.
Computer data networks can now carry both data and voice without the need for separate network for telephony systems.
Enable your organization with Unified Communications – integrates multiple ways of communication like voice calls, video calls, voice mail, email, fax, instant messaging, and cell phones.
Redundancy on IP networks are easy to implement such as link aggregation and spanning tree protocols.
Cross-country organizations can connect long distance voice calls by terminating SIP trunks from Internet Telephony Service Provider directly to the organization’s IP PBX.
In a remote-office/branch-office setup, businesses can now transmit voice calls via an unlimited subscribed plan of MPLS or leased lines.
Encrypt your conversations with IP PBX and IP Phones.
Make video calls with IP PBX because the IP network can carry video and voice.