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Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.

switch

1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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It is easy to add extensions to a cloud PBX system, making it ideal for Farncombe's multiple premises.
Hodusoft offers IP PBX software for ITSPs as a hosted subscription based service.
A recent Brightlink survey of 300+ small and mid-sized businesses highlights the accelerating market opportunity for Cloud PBX and other communications applications.
With its Hosted PBX offering, LOGIX further expands its robust portfolio of products and services.
Yeastar specializes in the design and development of innovative telecommunications equipment, including VoIP PBX systems and VoIP gateways for the SMB.
"The IP PBX Solution can also be developed to support more than one language.
Its patented, feature-based Cloud PBX architecture also deliver reliability, scalability, security and savings.
"When luggage is mishandled, lost or misplaced, PBX members receive alerts through the mobile platform that provides them with the exact airline and employee contact information to locate their lost items.
3CX Phone System is an open standard unified communications platform for Windows that works with standard SIP phones and replaces any proprietary PBX. 3CX Phone System is more manageable than standard PBX systems and delivers substantial cost savings while increasing productivity.
On the basis of prophase studies in the laboratory of National University of Defense Technology [17] and [18,19], the constitutive model of the PBX at low temperature was discussed in this section.
The availability of cost-effective and feature-rich single server solutions, such as Grandstream's UCM6100 series IP PBX appliance, facilitates the decision of many SMBs to migrate to IP communications, while providing a get- started solution for UC implementations.
South African operator, Vodacom, has launched a hosted IP PBX (private branch exchange) platform, eliminating the need for its business customers to have a PBX on their premises.