Record Calls On T1 / E1 / ISDN PRI Lines
Our Call Recorders are designed to record on T1, E1 and ISDN PRI lines. The flexibility of our recorders allows you to record from a variety of lines and have all your locations centralized into one server.
DS1 is a widely used standard in telecommunications in North America and Japan to transmit voice and data between devices. E1 is used in place of T1 outside North America, Japan, and South Korea. DS1 is the logical bit pattern used over a physical T1 line; however, the terms “DS1” and “T1” are often used interchangeably.
Additionally, both voice T1s and E1s exist in two main types: so-called “plain” or Inband( T1s or E1s) and ISDN PRI (Primary Rate Interface T1s or E1s)
T1, E1, T1 ISDN PRI and E1 ISDN PRI are common interfaces for connecting trunk lines to old and modern PBX.
- Record Multiple Phone Lines at Once
- No Per Seat License – We License Based on Per Channel
- Unlimited License Access to Recordings
- We Support a Variety of PBX Manufacturers
- Auto Archive Recordings to External Drives, Providing Virtually Unlimited Data Storage
Versadial’s call recording solutions are well prepared for recording T1/E1/ ISDN PRI lines.
For a more in-depth look at our recording software please take a look at our VSLogger Unlimited Call Recording Solution page.
How We Connect to Your Phone lines
Visit Call recording Scenarios Page for details on how Versadial connects to your partcular phone system.
Archive your data to maintain extended records for any issues that may arise. Our aauto-archiving feature allows you to store and back up an unlimited amount of data. Our systems are capable of storing up to 148,000 hours directly on the server, allowing you to access recordings from a few years back instantly.
Record All Communication
Versadial’s recorders can be implemented in a variety of systems. Providing a complete solution for recording phone and radio channels. Designed to fit into all major PBX manufactures and record on a variety of line types, your entire business communication network can be recorded and monitored.