PBX Phone Systems
PBX stands for Private Branch eXchange, which is a private telephone network used within a company. The users of the PBX phone system share a number of outside lines for making external phone calls.
We specialize in open source VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) PBX phone systems such as Asterisk, Elastix, Trixbox, etc.
For the past thirty years, legacy PBX systems were the ultimate in business communications but today's IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch eXchange) systems are less expensive and far more capable than their predecessors. They also integrate much better into business networks and data communications which, in turn, enable new applications for common business practices. Modern IP PBX systems deliver multinational enterprise capabilities, often at a cost lower than the far more basic systems they are replacing. IP PBX systems are changing how many businesses implement and use their voice communications.
Basically, IP PBX systems are telephone exchange and extension managers for VoIP telephone calls. The essential advantage IP PBX systems offer is the ability to add features that have only been affordable or available to enterprise size corporations up to now. Voice over IP (VoIP) and Internet telephony are often also more cost-effective when looking at long-term operating costs, due to lower monthly fees and much lower costs to connect and complete calls.
If you would like to get a customized price quote and discuss plan options and objectives, please contact a Quavox representative. You can choose the method that is most convenient for you.
Note: Our PBX phone system setup service is only available in Orange County, CA at this time.