NBX


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NBX

(Network Branch EXchange) A family of IP-based telephony systems from 3Com. The name was derived from "PBX," the traditional name for an enterprise telephone switch.
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every Wednesday -- NBX "Under the Lights'' Cyclo-Cross Training Series.
The NBX series offers equivalent or better performance compared to quartz-based third overtone XOs or surface acoustic wave (SAW) products.
Variable degree of fibrosis is often present but without necrobiosis of collagen except for those patients with NBX. Immunohistochemically, the foamy histiocytes are strongly positive for CD68, CD163 (Figure 4) and factor XIIIa but are usually negative for CD21, CD35, S100, and CD1a (not shown).
In addition, top administrators and department heads continue to use the 3Com NBX system's find-me/follow-me capabilities at night and on weekends to guarantee they can always be reached in a crisis.
Any 3Com NBX customer can accelerate service for customers by enabling them to simply say the name of the person or department they want to reach.
The 3Com Baseline Switch 2226-PWR automatically detects and prioritizes NBX IP Telephony traffic, making voice prioritization transparent to the user and ensuring that this real-time application delivers the highest audio quality possible.
The ragged NBX series of portable PCs has been upgraded with 1.4 GHz CPUs to make data gathering faster and easier in the field.
A small system such as the 3Com NBX (www.3com.com) starts at $3,400 for a complete system with four handsets capable of handling up to 25 users.
Beyond the tremendous cost savings, superior quality, and relative ease of use, one of the most promising benefits of Voice over IP is the ability to use new systems--most notably 3Com's NBX system--with existing traditional telephone systems.
The NBX 100 communications system from 3Com is one of the first Ethernet-based telephony systems to qualify for federal funding through the E-Rate program.
NBX series portable PC workstations from CyberResearch, Inc., offer seven full-length expansion slots.
The NBX portable PCs offer workstation performance with seven full-length expansion slots in a compact, portable carrying case.