August 2020 Newsletter

August 10 2020

NexLog 740-DX Series Recording Solutions

  • Deployed and running smoothly around the world
  • Latest software release version – 2020.2
  • Trade-up program in place until the end of 2020
  • Application Notes have been updated and are located on the Partner Resources Site

NexLog 740VM DX-Series Virtual Recording Solution (VM)

  • A cost-effective solution for customers already in a VM environment
  • Can be deployed without going on-site
  • Customer needs to have a VM-experienced IT Department

DX-Series Secure Edge Capture Device

  • Captures and reliably forwards audio for multi-site/campus environments that need centralized recording
  • Allows for VM deployments when a customer has a mix of VoIP, Analog, T1/E1, and/or Digital PBX sources to record
  • Up to 24 Analog, 24 Digital PBX, T1/E1, and/or 40 VoIP Inputs

Tech Tip

  • All NexLog DX-Series recording solutions ship with 30-minute Channel Inactivity Alert thresholds. The customer will receive an alert if a channel does not sense audio for 30 minutes.
  • This is designed to alert users to a possible input disconnection
  • The 30-minute threshold can be adjusted on a per channel basis under “Recording” in the Configuration Manager utility

Prospect Target

Approximately 300 hospitals use Eventide recorders in their Emergency Departments to record radio and telephone interactions between hospital personnel and EMTs in the field. If you have sold an LMR system to a hospital, check with the Emergency Department about their liability recording needs.