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ANALOG VS DIGITAL VS Voip

C hoos ing the R ig ht P hon e S yst e m f o r Y o u

Different people and businesses have varying needs. Choose a phone system that suits your needs.

ANALOG Digital Voip


At A Glance Known as Plain Old Telephone System Proprietary to the PBX. A type of digital telephony that uses the
(POTS) Internet Protocol (IP).

Age
1876 by Alexander Graham Bell Late 1970s Developed in 1995

Basic Features Hold, mute, redial, speed dial, 3-way call, Analog basic features + LCD display + Basic features + advanced features
transfer calls caller ID + soft keys appearance (Virtual auto attendants, Voicemail, Call
forward, Conference Call, CRM
integration)

Cost Inexpensive to purchase.


Lower upfront costs. Expensive to
Initial spending is expensive.
Expensive to expand and to make Call rates are lower or free because it
expand and to make international calls. uses the Internet
international calls.

Easy to set up Needs professional support Initial spending is expensive.


Set Up Call rates are lower or free because it
uses the Internet.

Consisted of voice circuits made of Require both a voice and a data cable. Plugged into an Ethernet.
Wiring copper wire, and transmitted voices as
electrical signals.

Voice signals travels through copper Converts the analog voice signal into a digital The voice signal is converted to digital
How it Works wires that transmit voices as electrical signal (“1”’s & “0”’s) and transport the signal and then sliced into many packets to be
across the connected line and then decode that
signals. signal as sound at the other end.
sent across the Internet to reach the
specified destination.

Works during power outage. Use little power from the phone line Service terminates during power
Power itself. Service terminates during power outage and Internet connection
outage. problems

More stable in quality of service. Use less bandwidth. Bandwidth is shared amongst
Bandwidth Unaffected by bandwidth. computers and phones.

Cannot be scaled up or down easily. Increase/Upgrade equipment or Simple software upgrade. Additional
Scalability hardware is required over time. lines are easy to set up but increases
need in bandwidth.

Changing the location of an extension Transferring phones requires getting a Moving a phone is simply a matter of
Mobility requires rewiring by a professional. technician to transfer the numbers to physically moving a phone to another
the new location. connection, and the phone number
follows automatically.

Low and easy maintenance Maintenance has to be done by a The system can be accessed remotely
Maintenance technician on-site. by anyone with administrator access
privileges.

Good for
Home, Small Business Home, SMBs SMBs, Large Companies

Things to consider when choosing the phone system for you

Type of Business and Costs (Initial and Number of


Organization Needs maintenance spending) users/extension lines

Vivex is the office VoIP Deskphone equipped with full-featured multimedia functionalities
designed for rich communication and various applications. It has built-in SIP server
enabling advanced IP phone capabilities and a variety of PABX functions.
Designed with an open platform, Vivex delivers incomparable phone experience,
makes collaboration effortless, and integrates multiple systems.

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