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Old 05-31-2012, 06:59 PM
zxj1044 zxj1044 is offline
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Smile About ip office 500 and s8300-G450

Hi Team,
I want to build a PBX with at least 50 out- line and 300 in-line. It also should have IVR and support Ip softphne. It seems that both IP Office 500 and s8300+G450 can meet my needs. But I can't tell their difference? Can you tell me what their advantage and disadvantage? Which is more stable?

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Old 06-01-2012, 06:16 AM
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They are both stable. The difference is in the feature set and capacities. Information on CM can be found at:




Information on IP Office can be found at:

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