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  1. DexterDave

    DexterDave Thread Starter

    May 10, 2011
    Hi all

    I would like to know. I did some research but couldn't find solid answers...
    I know how VOIP works, but where does IP-PBX fit in? How do IP-PBX, VOIP gateways,
    VOIP Servers all fit together? Where does SIP protocol fit in? Does skype use SIP or does it use
    Would appreciate some light shed on this.

    Thank You
  2. heavenguy


    Nov 13, 2011
  3. KristineHabeck


    Apr 14, 2010
    PBX Technologies is a dynamic concept, especially in telecommunications, which aims to create and produce high-technology solution for institutions, businesses and local communities.

    VOIP and Secure Internet Technologies becomes the leading player as it offers ranges of innovative products that fully meets the current and future needs of businesses of all sizes. Solutions such as the SIP server, the SIP Trunk, which is well secure as well. For ten years, telephone networks in companies took an important place. For those companies that are changing the need for efficient telephone networks to meet their current and future needs.

    Previously and even now, these networks were built around the PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange), but today the PBX (Internet Protocol Branch Exchange) as to replace the PABX with a competitive advantage because it stands out as the future means of communication for all sized enterprises.

    Therefore, technologies has exclusively based on the development of this technology. Communicating via SIP, this appliance allows your company to route all or part of your communications using the IP protocol to transport voice and data across an Ethernet network and that can be the same as that used to connect your PCs to dedicated servers.
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