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Virtual Console Introduces New Small-Office Equipment Product Line

Virtual Console, LLC, a global provider of telecommunication and testing products, expands its line of small-office equipment by introducing ISDN PRI Call Recording Appliance and Four Analog Line Appointment Reminder. Call Recorder is capable of capturing all inbound and outbound calls and forwarding them to a centralized Call Recording Storage Server for archiving. Appointment Reminder can make calls to a predefined list of phone numbers at specific times and play custom announcements regarding upcoming appointments or events.

RECORD-DS1-1 Call Recorder allows listening to live calls and saving any of them as WAV files with daily back up functionality. In addition recorder permits to encrypt, search and capture telephone numbers and names. It’s a passive, low impedance, appliance that does not affect operation of T1/E1 lines. RECORD-DS1-1 comes with Windows based management software. All calls can be saved for any duration of time and played by any standard WAV player. WAV files do not use any compression and are acceptable as legal evidence if needed.

AR-4FXO Appointment Reminder is great for medical offices or legal practices due to its ability to minimize administrative effort and reduce “no show” appointments. It can make calls to a predefined list of phone numbers at specific times and play custom announcements regarding upcoming appointments or events. Appointment Reminder is designed to be connected to a regular analog phone line and can be integrated with the client’s existing office management software for full automation. AR-4FXO can call 50 users in 1 hour over each phone line. Four-port model can place up to 200 phone calls in an hour.

About Virtual Console, LLC

Virtual Console, LLC, an innovative telecommunications equipment manufacturer, was founded in New York in 2002. The Company provides testing equipment for different network related solutions, along with its new state of the art duplication product line and small office equipment. Virtual Console products include: ISDN and PSTN phone line simulators, PRI simulators, Bulk Call generators, Flash Memory duplicators, Custom Encryption Platforms, Appointment Reminders and Call Recorders.

For more information visit www.vconsole.com

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