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Hybrid Number


Hybrid Number

Think beyond Virtual Number (future communication)

1st time in this real world

Hybrid Number earlier known as a virtual number can be your Mobile number, Landline, Tollfree Number, your IP Address, Skype Id, gmail id, voip and so on with no down time, you or your staff would be anywhere in the world and attend each incoming call, sms & data across the globe

A Hybrid Number can work on voice, sms, data, wordsapp, facebook, twiter, google, yahoo, truecaller, chat engine, etc

Additionally Hybrid number have all the features like recording, call distribution, parallel ringing, conferencing, greetings, etc

A business telephone system or Hybrid Communication is any of a range of a multiline telephone systems typically used in business environments, encompassing systems ranging from small key systems to large-scale private branch exchanges. A business telephone system differs from an installation of telephones with multiple lines in that the central office lines used are accessible in key systems from multiple telephone stations in the system, and that such a system often provides additional features related to call handling. Business telephone systems are often broadly classified into "key systems", "hybrid systems", and "private branch exchanges".

A telephone hybrid is the component at the ends of a subscriber line of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) that converts between two-wire and four-wire forms of bidirectional audio paths. When used in broadcast facilities to enable the airing of telephone callers, the broadcast-quality telephone hybrid is known as a broadcast telephone hybrid or telephone balance unit.

The need for hybrids comes from the nature of analog plain old telephone service home or small business telephone lines, where the two audio directions are combined on a single two-wire pair. Within the telephone network, switching and transmission are almost always four-wire circuits with the two signals being separated. Hybrids perform the necessary conversion. In older analog networks, conversion to four-wire was required so that repeater amplifiers could be inserted in long-distance links. In today's digital systems, each speech direction must be processed and transported independently.

The line cards in a telephone central office switch that are interfaced to analog lines include hybrids that adapt the four-wire network to the two-wire circuits that connect most subscribers. Telephone hybrids are also used to interface production intercom systems to the PSTN. A hosted PBX system delivers PBX functionality as a service, available over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and/or the internet. Hosted PBXs are typically provided by the telephone company, using equipment located in the premises of the telephone company's exchange