Introduction to Private Telephone Systems; Kts, Pbx, Hosted Pbx, IP Centrex, CTI, Ipbx and Wpbx, 2nd Edition by Robert Flood

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Author
Robert Flood
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Althos
Date of release
Pages
96
ISBN
9780974278728
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Paperback
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This book provides an introduction to the different types of private telephone systems, how they operate and common call processing features they offer. Private telephone systems are communication equipment and software that are owned, leased or operated by the companies that use these systems. Private telephone systems are converting from company unique (proprietary) circuit switched systems to industry standard packet data voice (IP Telephony) systems. You will learn the basics of IP Telephony voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and why it is so important to private telephone systems. The fundamental parts of private telephone systems are described including telephone stations, local wiring, switching systems, and numbering plans are described and explained. The high growth market for private telephone systems and the key trends are covered providing you with an understanding of which system types are growing the fastest and how some systems are evolving to better compete in the industry. Covered are the different types of private telephone systems. You will discover how multiline key telephone systems (KTS) operate and why they are converting from mechanical systems to automated electronic controlled networks. You will learn how automatic switching systems are used by private branch exchange (PBX) systems to provide features and services not offered by public telephone companies. This Book Provides: • Types of private telephone systems • Key telephone systems (KTS) • Private branch exchange (PBX) • Hosted PBX/IP Centrex • Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) • IP PBX (IPBX) • Wireless PBX (WPBX) • Interconnections to PSTN • Voice Mail (VM) • Interactive Voice Response (IVR) • Automatic call distribution (ACD) • How private telephony is evolving


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