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Glossary:Public Switched Telephone Network

Also known as a PSTN. The public telephone network to which telephones, Automatic Call Distributors (ACDs), and Private Branch Exchanges (PBXs) are connected. A general term that refers to the variety of telephone networks and services that are in place worldwide, based on copper wires that carry analog voice data.


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