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It provides functions similar to a PBX, but is provisioned with equipment owned by, and located at, the telephone company premises.
From the 1960s a simulated PBX known as Centrex provided similar features from the central telephone exchange.
In business telephony, a telephone extension may refer to a phone on an internal telephone line attached to a private branch exchange (PBX) or Centrex system.
An attendant console is a telephone station that is generally part of a private branch exchange (PBX) or Centrex or other private telephone system.
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Also, some phone companies will provide this feature for a small fee (see also: Centrex).
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Each vertical group is divided into five vertical files of ten lines, important because class of service, or customer group identification in later Centrex offices, is shared by all ten lines in the vertical file.
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The services include voicemail, Caller ID, call waiting, speed dialing, conference calls (three-way calling), enhanced 911, and Centrex services.
This practice evolved into Customer Groups, allowing the addition of Centrex features to the No. 5 Crossbar switch.
Centrex telephones added a hook-flash button in the 1960s, after some users incorrectly attempted the attendant-recall function.
Last-call return, automatic recall, or (on PBX and centrex service) camp-on, is a telecommunication feature offered by telephony service providers to subscribers to provide the subscriber with the telephone number, and sometimes the time, of the last caller.
Entities within client-owned buildings (such as Centrex installations) are coded in the same format as telephone company buildings.
If a human or answering machine answers, the wardialer program hangs up. Depending on the time of day, wardialing 10,000 numbers in a given area code might annoy dozens or hundreds of people, some who attempt and fail to answer a phone in two rings, and some who succeed, only to hear the wardialing modem's carrier tone and hang up. The repeated incoming calls are especially annoying to businesses that have many consecutively numbered lines in the exchange, such as used with a Centrex telephone system.
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It provides Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), mobility management for cellular phone systems, sophisticated business services such as Automatic Call Distribution (ACD), Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), and Meridian Digital Centrex (MDC), formerly called Integrated Business Network (IBN).
NFON operates IP-Centrex-telephone systems for businesses and is the only provider of cloud telephony that offers this service specifically for large businesses with 1-249,000 extensions.
Cirpack is an NGN (Next Generation Network), SBC (Session Border Controller) and IMS vendor for Telecommunications Operators, Internet and Application Service Providers, focusing on telephony services such as residential and business VoIP, IP Centrex, SIP Trunking, Triple play, Fixed Mobile Convergence, VoLTE, Transcoding etc.
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The change also caused problems for some office private branch exchange systems, creating an opportunity readily exploited by vendors to sell businesses costly new equipment or hosted Centrex service.
It pioneered the use of "Centrex ISDN" which is a 24x7 dedicated flat-rate ISDN line.
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On Sunday, June 21, 1970 a new Centrex telephone system was installed for advertisers and subscribers to use when calling.
Government subscribers include cities, counties, state, and federal agencies and often included Centrex service.
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the station end of off-premises stations associated with PBX and Centrex services
classes of service
As related to legacy telephone systems, COS is often used to define the permissions an extension will have on a PBX or Centrex.
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A Centrex TVA VoIP enables centrex phones, such as Nortel P-Phones, and analog-based Centrex phones like BT Featureline.
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In competition for the role he beat a number of private sector competitors and Norman Bettison, the CEO of Centrex.