Open Source PBX

Open Source PBX – is this the kind of business phone system you need?

Updated: January 06, 2011

A guide to business telephone technologies – and why it’s hard to tell the difference between them these days. With this Buyers Guide get answers to questions like:

  • What’s the difference between Open Source PBX and other kinds of PBX
  • Is VoIP a better option?
  • What about hybrid systems– do they combine the best of both?

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Guide Details

What is the difference between Open Source PBX and other types of PBX? Do you know if Open Source PBX is your best business option? What about VoIP instead? If you’re not sure, ‘What is the difference between PBX and VoIP, and does it matter?’ will steer you through the business telephone technology maze. You will find out about the different PBX and VoIP technologies now available, discover why the differences probably don’t matter, and read about 10 of the top-selling business telephone brands and what they can offer you.

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