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PBX Parachute®

Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Service


 

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What is PBX Parachute?

PBX Parachute is a remote backup business telephone systems that can include instant, automatic failover. Acting as a hot standby PBX, it can mirror your primary phone system and take over if your on-site PBX fails or if your place of business is inaccessible. Without a remote backup PBX phone system you may be out of business when disaster strikes – because you can’t communicate with clients, suppliers, or employees.

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PBX Parachute

In the event of phone system failure, incoming calls can be automatically or manually redirected to the PBX Parachute Service. Calls can then be sent to predetermined alternate locations, such as cell phones, branch offices, or anywhere outside the affected site. By mirroring your existing phone system to alternate phones, callers are unaffected and may never know there was a problem with your premise-based system.

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PBX Parachute

Want to learn more? PBX Parachute ensures that Qualstar is in touch with its members at all times. “The solution allowed us to greatly reduce our communications disaster recovery time from potentially hours to less than minutes and in so doing, virtually removed IS from managing another system in a recovery situation.” Read how they utilized PBX Parachute for their disaster recovery plan, by downloading the case study on the left.

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Hot-standby PBX with Automatic Fail-over

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PBX Parachute waits in the background until it is needed. When called upon, there is no hardware to boot, no software to run, and no data to move. As a hot standby PBX it is ready to go. Fail-over can be automatic and almost instantaneous, or you can bypass automatic fail-over and manage the transition on your own schedule. Calls can be routed to alternate phones in any location, such as cellular phones, phones in branch offices, or home phones.