Networking telephone systems has traditionally referred to the connection of multiple locations so users from all sites were using what seemed to be a single telephone system. The most basic example would be the ability to dial only a four-digit extension to reach a co-worker at another location. Transferring calls across "network" is also commonly desired.
As telecommunications manufactures like Tadiran Telecom perfect the ability to convert voice to data, the natural progression is to use a common data network to carry both voice and data between sites. No longer is it always necessary to establish a dedicated voice circuit between locations. Carrying voice as data is called Voice over IP or VoIP.
If your organization has multiple locations, then networking should be a consideration. There are several factors that BCI Networks will investigate with you to determine what type networking would serve your customers and organization best.
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