PABX


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PABX

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) private automatic branch exchange. See also PBX
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This facility will be in addition to existing PABX extensions service, said a press release on Monday.
Intelbras is the leading Brazilian manufacturer of PABX systems and both TDM and IP handsets.
Ascom systems will seamlessly connect with existing PABX and LAN structures as well as monitoring Building Management, Process Control, Alarm and other third party equipment.
The unit has been designed for long discharge telecommunication applications such as PABX, Cellular, PCS and Outside Plant Cabinets.
exporters are: Hewlett Packard Company of Wellington, Fla., providing computer hardware and software; PowerTech Services Inc., of Hamilton, N.J., providing emergency generators; Digital Island Inc., of San Francisco, Calif., providing design services; Glenayre Electronics Inc., of Duluth, Ga., providing messaging hardware and software; Tallard Technologies of Miami, Fla., providing a PABX system; Global Communications Consulting of Avon, Colo., providing radio equipment; and Rohn Industries Inc.
The facilities include PABX telephone equipment, communications multiplexers, line-of-sight microwave equipment, aerials and towers.
At the heart of this family is an advanced PABX with a clear migration path from the smallest to the largest option, and an "evergreen" strategy that helps afford the maximum utilization of the system's resources.
Flextronics is active in the electronics industry while Telaris, which sell switches (PABX) for routing telephone calls, belongs to Swedish telecoms operator Telia AB.
The system will include satellite backup as well as PABX (private telephone systems), LAN/WAN (local/wide area computer systems), SCADA radio (data transportation system for SCADA by radio), marine radio and power supply systems.
One major factor in the choice was the product's compatibility with RPCM (Remote PABX Control and Management), a remote Unix-based PABX control and management solution that was developed jointly for Telexis by Computer Associates and Beta80.
This repot discusses the condition of the single-line handset industry in Indonesian as well as that of the industry which produces the accessories, namely the key telephone and PABX, which are generally operated at offices using a limited exchange facility.
"Our organization chose MICOM's PABX after comparing it with an Ethernet terminal server over a six-month period," Rickman explains, "because it gave us the framework to provide a range of capabilities--from a user-friendly menu of on-campus services to a queue system that accommodates a user when encountering a resource that is already tied up.