What is a Virtual PBX System?
A virtual phone system (or virtual PBX) is a relatively new type of system and refers to VoIP systems that can be installed in virtual machine hosts, such as VMware or HyperV.
These phone systems use VoIP to connect to both telephony carriers and IP phones. Virtual PBXs do not contain ISDN, PSTN, Analog or Digital phone cards. If one of those types of connection is needed a separate gateway device is required.
Now let’s have a look at why Virtual PABXs are becoming more popular.