Electronic communication began nearly 200 years ago, and has made incredible leaps and bounds to reach the place it is today. When it began, with the telegraph, electronic communication was only possible through a series of beeps and clicks, and it was not until around 40 years later that voice could be transmitted as well. Jump ahead 130 years, and instead of analog electrical cables, the Internet now dominates communication—allowing voice, and even live video, to be transmitted instantly without any regard to distance.
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Along with the greater capability that Telx’s services bring, they also ensure a smooth transition from traditional phone service to the VOIP systems.
Telx’s business hosted PBX also allows call recording, which can be invaluable for reviewing the details of calls, in case anything was missed or for training purposes. Services like call recording and enhanced email are included in all of Telx’s VOIP service plans.
More information can be found at their website, http://www.telxtelecom.com/.
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