Covad intends to initially launch three VoIP products targeted at business customers: -- Basic Voice -- Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) Voice -- Virtual PBX for Enterprise users needing a virtual Private Branch Exchange A consumer VoIP offering will quickly follow after the launch of Covad's business VoIP services.
What does VPBX stand for?
VPBX stands for Virtual Private Branch EXchange
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StarVox IP Centrex, another product for small-to-midsized companies, lets service providers deliver virtual Private Branch eXchange (PBX) over a managed IP network, providing end-users significant economies in internal, local, long distance, and data communication services.
Other advanced capabilities include a Virtual Private Branch Exchange feature supporting local call switching and service tone generation.