SmartWORKS™ IPX-C is an essential component of your call recording solution that provides packet filtering and media forwarding for IP-PBXs. It has one on-board connection for forwarding up to 960 RTP streams and two on-board connections for monitoring the IP traffic at the wire speed. When combined with the TRB260 and/or AudioCodes Soft Recorder, the IPX-C provides complete event triggering, call state reporting and media processing for many of the industry leading IP-PBXs.
Key Features and Benefits:
Multiple PBX Support – The same hardware supports multiple protocols including Skinny and Avaya and is designed to accommodate future protocols such as SIP and H.323 with just a software upgrade.
Multiple Protocol Support – The same hardware supports SIP, H.323 and Skinny (SCCP) and is designed to accommodate future protocols with just a software upgrade.
Mirror Port Independent – May be placed anywhere in the system to accommodate specific application requirements.
Flexible Event Triggering – Applications can start and stop recording based on AudioCodes Call control or take advantage of PBX/protocol specific messages.
RTP Forwarding – A single IPX can forward media (RTP) to multiple network devices such as an IPM260 or the soft recorder.
SmartWORKS™ Soft Recorder Module (previously called Soft Recorder) is a software component running with the AudioCodes IPX-C board to form a complete VoIP recording solution. The recording module is implemented with HMP technology that takes the advantage of the unused CPU processing load on a high performance CPU.
Key Features & Benefits:
Scalability – The modular design makes both system density and cost very scalable from low to high density. The architecture allows for a low density system which can grow to a higher density product. The customer pays as the system grows.
Configuration flexibility – The recording module does not have specific hardware requirements. The application developer can select their platform and system configuration according to their target system throughputs, price range, and available space.
Sure prediction of the system performance – The recording modules’ performance benchmark is specified with CPU usage on a given load. On a given recording server, the performance can be easily predicted.
Building a high availability system – A high availability system can be built easily and cost effectively by using one standby recording module for other active recording server on the system (1 for N redundancy).