DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IPcelerate, Inc. announced today the newest version of its recording platform, IPstudio™. Built on the company’s innovative NIPA 2.0 framework, IPstudio™2.2 provides a higher level of flexibility and efficiency in audio recording, call monitoring and storage solutions for both IP desktop phones and mobile smart phones.
“As always, we have worked very closely with our partners and customers to create new recording solutions that will meet both their needs and the needs of the market.” Recording capabilities for IPstudio™2.2 have been expanded to include wireless-to-wireless IP phones, microwave radio calls to an IP phone and calls initiated from iPhones™ through IPcelerate’s Web Services module. Additional enhancements to the recording solution include schedule based recording, automatic and forced backup utilities, increased filtering capabilities, greater flexibility in updating groups and schedules, a user-friendly interface for editing recording groups, and an increased audio file storage limit.
“As always, we have worked very closely with our partners and customers to create new recording solutions that will meet both their needs and the needs of the market,” stated Kevin Brown, CEO and President of IPcelerate, Inc. “IPstudio™2.2 addresses the requested needs for mobile call recording, greater flexibility in call recording parameters, increased capacity for recording and storing a greater number of calls, and more freedom in managing the recording process.”
“Call recording has become a critical business need for companies of all sizes,” added Anshul Shelley, VP of VoIP and Multimedia Recording Appliances, for IPcelerate, Inc. “Our goal for IPstudio™ was to provide a solution that not only records and stores calls, but does so easily and without requiring custom software configuration. IPstudio™2.2 does just that by offering enhanced flexibility in determining when and which calls to record, as well as storing and retrieving those calls.”
For a complete list of capabilities and enhancements to IPstudio™ 2.2, visit the IPcelerate website at www.ipcelerate.com/ipstudio.
IPcelerate, Inc. is a Dallas-based VoIP technology company that is revolutionizing the desktop and mobile telephony experience for businesses. Through innovative strategy and visionary management, IPcelerate has created and brought to market an array of unified solutions for enterprise and small/medium businesses focused at using unified communications in new, more impactful ways. IPcelerate’s solutions streamline everyday business processes into the phone, making it once again a critical element to the desktop experience. By turning the ordinary desktop and mobile phone into a visually appealing, icon-driven business tool, IPcelerate positively impacts the productivity, safety, communication and VoIP ROI of businesses across all market segments. This environment, combined with strategic manufacturer relationships, has placed IPcelerate as a dominant force in the evolving business telephony market. For more information, please visit www.ipcelerate.com.
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