IP PBX penetration rate rises dramatically

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Overall PBX sales plunged nine per cent in Q4, according to analyst MZA

IP PBX extensions continue to increase their share of an overall PBX market that is shrinking fast, according to MZA. IP extensions accounted for 45 per cent of the global market in Q4, up from ...

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