SpurBX IP PBX
SpurBX is an IP PBX, Unified Communications System or business phone system. SpurBX acts as the central switching system for phone calls within a business. SpurBX handle internal traffic between stations and act as the gatekeeper to the outside world. The initials PBX stand for Private Branch Exchange? Today, a business phone system is much more than just a simple switch. Adjunct technologies like automated attendant, voice messaging, call queuing and multi-party conferencing have become standard features. Basic analog and proprietary digital phones are giving way to standards-based IP phones. Outside connectivity is now available over the Internet in the form of SIP trunks or other VoIP services.
When PBXs were originally developed, wireline phone calls were the only type of electronic communication viable. Today, the communications landscape has expanded to include email, instant messaging, video conferencing, desktop sharing, SMS and mobile telephony. Unified Communications is a catch-all term that describes the process of merging all of these technologies and integrating them with business processes. Unified Communications aims to increase efficiency while simplifying management.
- SpurBX Call Management Solution (CMS) is designed to provide a complete solution to manage voice calls.
- SpurBX CMS is a software based IP-PBX that can replace a proprietary hardware EPBX.
- SpurBX CMS is an Asterisk based PBX phone system.
- It is a flexible PBX system which offers scalability and unmatched functionality. Nexbro CMS can replace proprietary hardware PBXs/EPBXs.
- It is easier to install and manage through an easy web basedinterface, Very easy to manage extensions , with features like call recording (in mp3), IVR, Call conferencing, Integration with Wi-Fi, Smart phone integration, Integration with any third party database like MySQL/MSSQL/ORACLE etc.
- It can be integrated with SpurBX Mail server and SpurBX UTM for a wide array of applications and possibilities.
- SpurBX CMS is based on SIP standards, which allows it to be managed easily and use a wide array of soft or hard IP phones, or even analog phones.