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- internet protocol private branch exchange: A business telephone system designed to deliver voice over a data network and interoperate with the normal Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
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Ruth Bridger, vice president of marketing at Xorcom, an Israeli manufacturer of Asterisk-based IPBX and channel banks, said 2010 will be the year Asterisk and open source options finally go head to head with telephony and VoIP giants.
In one specific example implementation, the endpoint device is an Internet-type telephone communicating with a remote server in an Internet-based Private Branch Exchange (IPBX).
"VYL Media in partnership with PaloSanto Solutions has launched a new Hosted Virtual PBX solution for small to mid sized business wanting to maintain full control over a hosted IPBX solution," said co-founder and President of VYL Media, Dennis Smith.