EPABX

The EPABX stand for Electronic Private Automatic Branch Exchange. Which means it is an electronic exchange which is privately owned and automatic. A telephone exchange serving a single organization, having a switchboard and associated equipment, usually located on the customer's premises; provides for switching calls between any two extensions served by the exchange or between any extension and the national telephone system via a trunk to a central office.

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    Analog EPABX :

    Analog EPABX system Fully Loaded fixed system with 3 trunk lines and 8 extension, CLI enabled and CTI enabled along with Hi-Tech features like LCR, Trunk guard, Auto Redial, Blank call recall, Live call monitor, Printer computer interface. Comes with built in RTC on balanced extension Circuit. Expandable Module. Least Call Routing (5 BSP). Power Auto Redial With LCR. Denied & Allowed List Emergency Calling. Flexible Extension Numbering (up to 4 digits). DISA - Direct Inward System Access.

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    Digital IP Based EPABX :

    It supports any combination of TDM, IP and GSM trunks and subscribers along with networking of multiple systems across locations. Easy Migration to VoIP (IP / IP Telephony). Voice Mail Integration. Multi-Cell Wireless Integration.

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    KEY Phone :

    A key phone is a telephone with the extra buttons and the intelligence to allow incoming calls to be transferred to other extensions. Extra lights, either on the phone console or in the handset, indicate the status of lines and extensions; extra keys facilitate connections between extensions and external lines. Analog, digital, and Internet-enabled versions of key phones are available.

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    Basic Phone :

    The telephone is a telecommunications device that transmits and receives sounds, usually the human voice. Telephones are a point-to-point communication system whose most basic function is to allow two people separated by large distances to talk to each other.

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    Caller ID :

    Caller ID (caller identification, CID), is a telephone service, available in analog and digital phone systems and most voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications, Caller ID may be used to display a caller's telephone number (and, in association with a database, name) on a called user's telephone. Caller ID may be used to display a caller's telephone number (and, in association with a database, name) on a called user's telephone.

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    Call Tracking :

    Call tracking allows businesses to track the online and offline sources of phone calls received by potential clients and customers. Stores up to 60,000 call records internally. Real-time call costing and reporting. Automatic call posting to the Property Management System and internal storage of calls.

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    Voice Logger :

    Voice logging or telephone recording, is the practice of regularly recording audio, usually in a business situation. Record all calls, Search capability, Data Security, Multiple format support, Ease of reporting and viewing, Unified interface. Mobile: GSM 850/1800/1900 MHZ channels.