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Read a recent forecast for the deployment of IP phone systems (voice lines on a LAN) to increase four-fold over the next three years in preference to PBX systems.
I understand this won't effect XETA's current core business with the lodging and hospitality industries. But I wonder how it might effect their future share of the commercial market where they seem to be pitching their growth through recent aquisitions.

I can't find any mention of IP systems development in their annual report and wonder if this is an area they may be slow to develop in?
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