PBX Systems for IP Telephony

PBX Systems for IP Telephony

English | 2002 | ISBN: 0071375686 | PDF | 373 Pages | 2.7 mb

This work explains telephone switching systems and how the technology is evolving to accommodate voice-over-IP traffic. Unlike data networks, telephone networks are proprietary. They're purchased as complete systems and are hard if not impossible to modify. Allan Sulkin explains how to acquire, deploy and maintain a system with all the features needed to support essential new applications, and how to get optimal performance from the system you have.



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