As today’s telephony systems move rapidly to embrace the cost savings and flexibility of VoIP, SIP has
emerged as the de facto standard signaling protocol for communications and presence information. Until now, small and medium
sized organizations have lacked access to affordable system-level SIP call recording capabilities despite their growing need
to record phone conversations.
Available solutions have been limited to exorbitantly expensive and complex enterprise solutions or simple PC-based
handset recording software and software logger patches.
Many legacy solutions are priced at $500-$1,000 per user - more than the cost of an entire IP-PBX system
for many SMBs
SIP Print is an affordable appliance that offers pure system-level SIP voice recording for SMB and larger organizations
with a need to record from 15 to 200 seats per location. Because it supports SIP at the communications system level, SIP Print’s
patent-pending platform can also record advanced functions like voicemail or “follow-me” calls forwarded to mobile
phones or off-premise phone numbers. As a member of the SIP Forum, SIP Print is involved in the latest developments
regarding SIP and related technologies, ensuring that their appliances are SIP-compliant on a global scale.