IP PBX Phone Systems - Canada

IP PBX Phone Systems

With an IP-PBX phone system (Voice-Over-IP) you can move your phone system in house - and eliminate many phone service costs from a provider.

A PBX (Or, Private Branch Exchange) is simply a telephone system which houses all your calling or telephone features. IP means "Internet Protocol" - this allows you to use your existing network / wiring to connect the PBX with other devices (phones, PC's, soft-phones/mobile devices, etc.) for expansion and eliminate additional analog wiring costs.

Our IP-PBX Phone Systems are all VoIP (Voice-over-IP) trunk and Analog (FXO / POTS) line capable. This means you can share resources, connect remote offices and remote workers across the country using internal company VoIP networking features.

You can also sign-up for VoIP / SIP telephone line services to make and receive calls through DID's (Direct Inward Dialing = Phone Numbers) - just like with analog telephone line services. You can also have multiple phone numbers, just like with traditional POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines.

The basics of a VoIP Phone System, or IP-PBX is the same as older telephone PBX systems. A call comes in on a SIP Trunk (Your phone number's) and is routed to the IP-PBX, and the PBX handles the call based on your company phone system settings.

If you have satellite offices or remote offices, you can make free calls between offices in one of two ways - have a main IP-PBX system in each office (with extension phones), or use "External IP Extensions" at the satellite office - which connect to the main branch location through the Internet to the main office PBX System.

While the basics has remained the same when compared to older analog PBX services from phone companies, or basic in house analog phone systems - the technology with VoIP / IP-PBX's has improved dramatically over the years. With newer systems companies can connect in new ways. Our systems allow you to:

  • Connect mobile devices, transfer calls.
  • Schedule meetings using built in calendar and scheduling services.
  • Use SIP Video Calling through compatible phones - just like placing regular audio calls.
  • Easily host your own PBX in house.
  • Use other virtual services, such as: company directory, live call recording (for call centers and sales/customer service calls).
  • Faxing Services.
  • And a whole host of other features!

VoIP Phone Systems have continually evolved over the past five years and more and more businesses are adopting these kinds of in house phone systems. The benefit of using your own IP-PBX system means you maintain control of it - and can update or expand your capabilities as your business grows.