Analog Phone Systems

Analog PBXs have been around for decades and are still in use in many offices. Active development for these legacy phone systems has stopped many years ago. Their limited functionality is slowly pushing them out of the market.

All calls are routed via the traditional PSTN fixed line network. Analog phone systems require dual wiring in the office: one network for the phone system, and a second network for the IT infrastructure.

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