EULS call recorder is the Multisuns new generation voice recording and logging system that continues to progress with computer telephony technology by the continued R&D development and hands-on experience, and to progress internationally with overseas strategy partners by providing users a high level of service and commitment. It inherits the extraordinary features of DCRS series that have been at work since 1990's in digital communication recording system markets as varied as finance, transportation, public safety, customer care, sales force automation and healthcare since the industry started to give away the bulky reel-to-reel audio tape recording technology. EULS call recorders are ready to record millions of telephone calls and 2-way radio communications around the world.
Every EULS call recorder unit, which is usually abbreviated to EULS, is a complete multi-function call recording and logging unit. It features a wide range of flexibility on call recording, voice logging and live monitoring of phone calls and 2-way radio, playing back of recordings and the archiving of recorded data.
EULS Technology on Call Recording
EULS is capable to deliver a mix of VoIP, TDM and analog recording to accommodate the modern PBX that is a pure convergence on one platform. Well designed EULS together with Multisuns R&D continuous development and cohesive integration skills allow customers worldwide to get the best benefit from their spending by buying technology of the future.
EULS Call Recorder Models
All EULS voice loggers make use of industrial-grade single board computer for housing the Microsoft Windows and database platform, high-performance DSP boards and Multisuns in-house engineered software application. When this single board computer is formed by a 19 " rack-mount chassis it is given with the model number EULS-3000
whereas it is formed by a compact desktop chassis it is given with the model number EULS-3000S
Typical Group of Users
voice loggers are excellent for use in the financial service company, public safety, defense, transportation and call centers. Typical groups of the users are as follows:
Call center agents
County or small city police stations
Firefighter regional station
Traffic control room
Homeland security agencies
Home based businesses