American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. private branch exchange
- communication private branch exchange
“An organization's investment in PBX and e-mail systems could have a big influence, it says.”
“The Private Branch eXchange (also called PBX or Private Business Exchange) is a telephone switching center that is owned by a private business, compared to one that is owned by the common carrier or telephone company.”
“Someone needs to be in the building, and someone needs to call a PBX maintenance person.”
“The need for VoIP solutions for business use is growing, and Achab is responding to that need with an entirely software-based IP PBX, which is secure, robust, and has all the features a business needs.”
“This self contained matched set -- includes: 4 line, 24 extension PBX which is now expandible to 8 lines and or 32 extensions with optional line and extension cards.”
“When it comes to interfacing Exchange to the world of telephony (via Microsoft Office Communication Server, or some kind of PBX), the planning often requires in-depth ...”
“Cisco to ship Wi-Fi cordless phone in June: The Cisco phone requires some kind of PBX (phone exchange), but it's unclear from any of the articles I've read whether there's a gateway box you need to interface with specific PBX models.”
“- Communications systems used by enterprises, large and small - what has traditionally been called the "PBX" but that term is increasingly meaningless given the range of options now being provided.”
“Preferably this call management should be handled without any human intervention; over the past twenty or more years this has resulted in the evolution of increasingly effective Private Branch Exchange ( "PBX") offerings from telecomm equipment suppliers.”
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