At Voicetel we are offering reliable state of the art Voice Solutions services, managed cloud-based and on-premise PBX phone system.
Whether you’re looking for an updated structured cabling solution, or a completely new fiber optic network – Voicetel has the experience, the certifications, and the work ethic required to bring the highest quality fiber optic network to your company.
As we all know technology does not stand still. Manufacturers of data and VoIP network servers and switches are trying to make their hardware deliver faster transmission speeds with almost every upgrade of their product. So, choosing a good cabling infrastructure is very important. Your cabling and network hardware is the life-blood of your company. The cabling you choose dictates how fast your network can be. You can buy the newest fastest servers and switches but if your cable is only rated for 100Mb, then that is how fast your network will be.
On-premise PBX and Hosted PBX are two different types of private branch exchange phone systems and they both have their advantages. Moving to a PBX phone system provides a company with many profits , conclusively leading in a finer performing and more improved business. Advantages and disadvantages need to be considered before coming to a decision.
First off, let’s have a look at the differences between the two.
Hosted PBX or VoIP is mainly an internet phone system, which is hosted by a service provider. This implies there are no installation, operation and maintenance costs to the user, as the service provider is fully responsible for administrating everything. All calls and software run through a router, which is operated via a server located at the service provider’s location. Hosted PBX systems are charged with a monthly cost.
On-premise PBX or an IP-PBX phone system, as it’s also known, is comparable to traditional PBX system. Nevertheless, on premise PBX demands on-site installation of PBX equipment within the businesses facilities. IP phones signal to an IP-PBX server using a LAN. VoIP is available using SIP trunking and calls go through a traditional phone company provider.
Let’s take a peek of the advantages and disadvantages:
Now we have a better grasp of what On-premise PBX system is and stands for. At Voicetel we can provide tailored engineering services or consultancy based on your current and growing needs. If you are considering having a hosted PBX or on-premise PBX phone system within your organization please give us a call to discuss your requirements, and we will ensure to offer you the best possible advice on the options available for your business.