Imagine if your PABX system phone vendor in Singapore handles all your project work on time…
Or even better:
What if you could have the telephony backend ready for your business,
…and allow you to focus what’s really important?
Later, you’d get to see the benefits of a PABX system helps you, the 3 types of telephony solutions deployed, and the next steps for you. From there, you know if we are a good fit for you.
What is a PABX ?
A PABX, in contrast to a PBX (the Private Branch Exchange – the predecessor of the PABX), doesn’t need a live operator that was indispensable to complete the circuit to connect the call to the proper device. As technology advanced, newer electronic and automatic components
Types of a PABX Phone System
Traditional PABX system
The traditional system connects the callers to the extensions via only a handful phone line. These phone lines are typically analog along with the ISDN trunks connecting to the PABX system. Most of the latest PABX systems now support the VoIP calling and hence save up on the cost.
The KX-TES824 analog Panasonic PBX system is an excellent choice for those who are looking for a purely analog system, and it’s capable of connecting seamlessly with any KX-T7700 series phone (KX-T7750, KX-T7720, KX-T7730, and KX-T7735).
IP PABX system
The On-Site IP PABX system (or the VoIP system, in short) is the newer and modified version of the classic PABX system. It utilises the existing internal network – the internet, to be specific, to connect to the extensions. As the internet became more reliable and less pricey over the years, the VoIP systems like NEC PABX system SL2100 got much more stable, deliver better audio and visuals and, most importantly, became less costly.
Once again, Panasonic offers several different IP PABX systems for the medium or large scale businesses. The KX-NS Series business grade servers come with features like One-look Networking and Smart IP Migration and work flawlessly with the KX-NT500 series IP phones. KX-TDA series PBXs are, on the other hand, hybrid solutions that are compatible with the KX-DT500 series models (KX-DT521, KX-DT543 and KX-DT546).
Cloud-based PABX system
The cloud-based phone system is gaining popularity among the small and medium businesses day by day. A hosted PBX system is operated and maintained in an offsite location, and the businesses pay to take benefit of the service.
Why Do You Need a PABX Phone System?
Allows Multiple Lines
Connect to Door
Auto fax detection
Trend of PABX Phone
And second, with the 5G technology picking up the speed (literally, it’s said to be nearly 10x faster than the 4G!), the number of VoIP enabled systems has been soaring for the past few years. We have come into the realm of the HD voice now; visuals are even crisper in 4K or 8K.
Is PABX Suitable For Your Company?
If your business needs more lines along with some of the advanced features, for example, the creation of a bridge or configuration of a fax server, you should go for a high-end model that would guarantee both quality and stability. But beware, only medium scale to multinational organisations are capable of handling the associated costs.
How to Choose The Right PABX System ?
Curious about our PABX system installation procedure? Here it goes.
What’s Next For You ?
Okay, here are the steps that are needed to follow after you decide to get a PABX system.