key telephone system


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key telephone system

[′kē ′tel·ə‚fōn ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
A telephone system consisting of phones with several keys, connecting cables, and relay switching apparatus, which does not need a special operator to handle incoming or outgoing calls and which generally permits users to select one of several possible lines and to hold calls.
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3 million USD (wholly owned by OKI) Address 93 Qingtan Road, Changzhou City, China Representatives Chairman: Tetsuo Kawaguchi President: Muneaki Mada Business operation Develop, manufacture, sell and provide maintenance for key telephone systems, PBX and other info-telecom equipment Manufacture and provide maintenance for power supply and printer components Number of employees Approx.
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Nitsuko designs, manufactures and distributes key telephone systems, PBXs and Voice Mail/Automated Attendant systems worldwide and has been a designer and producer of telecommunications equipment since 1918.
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Tenders are invited for procure pbx & key telephone systems, equipment and other related services.
Reception was designed for dealers who sell small key telephone systems and are looking for a voice mail product that fits the needs of smaller organizations.
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A nonproprietary, entry-level solution designed to streamline business communications, MiniVoice provides business users of Vodavi's STARPLUS, STARPLUS TRIAD and Infinite DVXPlus key telephone systems with a low-cost, analog voice mail system with auto attendant features and message storage.
Companies with fewer than 100 employees constitute a significant market for communications equipment and services, with good growth ahead in hybrid key telephone systems, low-speed modems and alternative long-distance services, according to another Frost & Sullivan market study.