On-Premise PBX is also known as an IP PBX phone system. It is similar to a traditional PBX system that is installed at your location, much like computer equipment. The main difference is that IP routing is done today with state-of-the-art technology. The signaling for PBX is done with an IP phone to the IP PBX server using a local area network. Your calls go through a traditional phone company as well as voice over internet (VoIP) using a technology called SIP trunking. Gateways are setup to connect the system to a traditional phone company provider. These types of systems offer many features that VoIP offers and much more.


On-premise phone systems are typically installed in educational institutions, large businesses, hospitals, car dealerships and any other business that has several users on the system. Here are some other advantages to on-premise:

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- No risk of fees increasing

- Lower total cost of ownership as the system grows

- Higher setup cost

- long-term maintenance and support



- Service provider may have more resources that can be implemented as needed

- You can make changes at will (it's your equipment)

- You may not have enough IT resources internally, that is where we can help

- Offers some cloud services integrated into on-premise system



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