VoIP recording appliance runs Linux
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"Chicago based OrecX is the sponsor of the Oreka open source
call recording project, hosted on Sourceforge.net. More than 37,000
users have downloaded the open source version of Oreka, says the
company. The company sells a variety of Linux-ready packaged
applications based on Oreka, including the "enterprise-strength"
Oreka TR Total Recorder, which is loaded onto its new
"The VoIP Recording Appliance is targeted at contact centers,
legal offices, sales/transaction personnel, public safety agencies,
and other SMB call-handling applications, says OrecX. The device
offers live monitoring, record-on-demand, and rule-based selective
and sampled recording. It can record up to 200 simultaneous VoIP
sessions, claims the company."