PBX



1.
a manually or automatically operated telephone facility that handles communications within an office, office building, or organization and that is connected to the public telephone network.
abbreviation (in Britain)
1.
private branch exchange; a telephone system that handles the internal and external calls of a building, firm, etc

Private Branch Exchange
private branch exchange

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