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Centrex

CENTREX

A telephone service in which the PBX is located in the telephone company's facilities. Some CENTREX services provide the PBX switching at the customer's site, but control is still in the central office. See IP CENTREX.
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By creating parity with PBX and Key systems, the Centrex Receptionist 'adds value' to telephone company services which helps telephone companies acquire and retain Centrex and Voice Mail customers," DePond said.
The Centrex Symposium TAPI-S Driver and software developer's kit are examples of Nortel's commitment to delivering open turn-key solutions,'' said Clarence Chandran, Public Carrier Networks president, Nortel.
Page Centrex Enterprise is a quantum leap towards true enterprise social marketing solution, allowing global brands to fully customize and integrate all Page Centrex features and services into their existing marketing platforms or build one from scratch.
The divestiture of AT&T in 1984 left the RHCs (regional holding companies) with a profitable base of centrex customers, and little else to sell other than network services.
Customer expectations and requirements vary widely when considering Hosted IP Centrex solutions, and meeting these needs requires varying levels of expertise on the part of the service providers.
com/communicationsservices ), IP Centrex Market Opportunity in Asia Pacific, profiles the IP Centrex/hosted IP telephony service offerings and market opportunities in four countries - namely Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea - that are leading adopters of IP Centrex solutions in the region.
His Amtrak division has 500 lines of centrex, with 325 working on the railroad today, the rest scheduled for expansion.
Mobile centrex is a useful product which is capable of meeting the needs of a relatively small but not insignificant market segment.
IP Centrex blends IP Telephony with the ASP (Application Service Provider) business model: services are hosted on a managed infrastructure, and delivered to customers on a subscription basis.
Traditional and Next-Generation Centrex Services Markets, reveals that the IP Centrex market is expected to grow significantly from 13,000 lines in 2001 to approximately 10 million lines by 2008.
Although enterprises in Asia Pacific have traditionally relied on TDM-based Centrex services to meet their voice services needs, the Centrex market is approaching saturation and the technology is expected to be largely replaced by solutions that offer enhanced features.

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