Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Crossbar switch, 5ESS switch, Automatic switching system, Common control, List of telephone switches, Business telephone system, 1ESS switch, Asterisk, Clos network, AskoziaPBX, Class 4 telephone switch, System X, Digital Multiplex System, Class 5 telephone switch, AXE telephone exchange, 4ESS switch, Trading turret, Choke exchange, Reference computer, System Y, Time-Slot Interchange, Community Dial Office. Excerpt: This is an incomplete list of central office (telephone company operated) telephone switches. See Automatic Electric See also Lucent The Asterisk PBX is not exactly a phone exchange per se, but a software implementation of a PBX that runs on a PC, using the computer's network interface to handle voice over IP, and PCI cards sold by Digium to connect to the phone network. DSC merged with Alcatel-Lucent The TDX switch was a joint project with Korea Telecom and four manufacturers, LG Electronics, Samsung Telecommunications, Daewoo Telecom and Hanwha Telecom. AXE810MD110MX-ONERurax Essence 630Essence 6509600 Series Coral (branded as Fujitsu in Australia/New Zealand 1996-2002, manufactured by Tadiran Telecom) GEC later became Marconi (Britain) (Later Bosch Telecom) These are Mobile Telephone Switching Office Cellular switches NESXS (Nippon Electric step-by-step based on license from Western Electric)M100NEAX31 (Discrete Electronic CPU, 4-stage Crossbar switching fabric, PBX)NEAX22 (Analog / Digital hybrid PBX)NEAX 2000/1000NEAX2400 (Fully Digital PBX)NEC Univerge SV8100 (Fully Digital, VoIP and TDM)NEC Univerge SV8300 (Fully Digital, VoIP and TDM)NEC Univerge SV8500 (Fully Digital, VoIP and TDM)XN120 (CX evolved from the qAutomanualq system designed by Edward Clements qClement eXchangeq or qCommunity eXchangeq) MCX A version of the CX product line designed by F.R. McBerty after leaving Western Electric/Bell L...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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