The Vertical SBX phone system has IP capabilities and is tailored towards small business applications. These small systems are cost effective and have an attendant and other features that makes life easier for the small office. Below find the phone user guide, programming and features guide, as well as the administration manual.
The SBX IP 320 starts with a 3 line, 8 phone extension capacity and can be expanded to a 32 user capacity. Able to use both digital and IP phone desk sets, the telephones come in both a 24 and 8 button model. With IP capabilities technology the IP320 can be used using SIP trunks.
For manuals and guides for the Wave IP and Summit PBX phone systems. Vertical Summit Manuals
Vertical SBX IP
320 Quick Start Setup Guide
Vertical SBX IP 320 Brochure
Vertical SBX IP Installation Guide
Vertical SBX IP 320 Phone User Guide
Vertical SBX IP 320 Features and Operation Guide
Vertical SBX IP 320 Program and Operations Guide
Vertical SBX IP 320 Programming Guide
Vertical Communications, Inc. founded in 2004, specializes in small premise-based PBX phone systems and are distributed through channel partners. Vertical Communications changed its name on January 1, 2005 from Artisoft, Inc. after acquiring Vertical Networks in September 2004. They then acquired Comdial in 2005 and Vodavi in 2006 and have made other business alliances bringing new products to market. Currently they have brought cloud service voice and applications as part of their solutions.
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