Decline in PBX market

Oct. 9, 2000
The Phillips Group (Potomac, MD; www.thephillipsgroup.net) reports that the corporate phone system market -- or Private Branch Exchange (PBX) market-- has declined for the first time since 1993.

The Phillips Group (Potomac, MD; www.thephillipsgroup.net) reports that the corporate phone system market -- or Private Branch Exchange (PBX) market-- has declined for the first time since 1993. Shipments of corporate phone systems in the second quarter of 2000 dropped 16.2 % from the same period in 1999. Because of the pending shift to IP Telephony, end-users are reluctant to invest in traditional PBXs that may not offer this functionality.

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