LAN telephony


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LAN telephony

An IP telephony system that is contained within a local area network (LAN). See IP telephony and voice capable Ethernet switch.
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LAN telephony sales in 2001 (tracked by stations and revenues) were approximately triple what they were the prior year.
With IP LAN Telephony systems, users can connect IP phones directly to the same LAN (Local Area Network) that serves their personal computers.
These products include communications servers and digital phones, LAN telephony gateways, and call processing software.
This will enable both companies to establish themselves as early leaders in the emerging market for LAN telephony and related gateway products, which, according to analyst group Killen & Associates, will increase to over $4.
This category does not include PC-based PBX systems or any other kinds of LAN telephony solutions.
The benefits of high-quality voice, superior security, reliable operation and cost-efficiency are spurring a global corporate shift from traditional PBX systems to LAN telephony solutions using voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP).
Red Box Recorders has released a LAN telephony recorder, aimed at providing a solution able to record all incoming and outgoing traffic as well as extension to extension calls.
The Contact Advantage system combines 3Com technologies, such as the NBX LAN telephony system.
businesses began implementing IP LAN telephony in 2000 to replace or transform existing phone systems--30% more than previously anticipated.
According to Motorola the microprocessor is suitable for a wide range of applications, such as Internet devices, LAN telephony, low-end routers, ISDN terminal adapters and set-top boxes.
businesses began implementation of IP LAN telephony last year, replacing or transforming their existing PBX phone systems, 30% more than anticipated.
The expansion provides Caltrol with more robust Roaming Messenger capabilities from the 3Com NBX LAN Telephony system, installed by Starnet.