CallCabinet is a developer of call recording solutions based in Florida that attended ITEXPO a couple of weeks ago. While there, the company launched an update for its cloud-based, multi-tenant, compliant call recording solution, Atmos, for Digium’s Asterisk open source communications framework.
This update should come as welcome news to the thousands of businesses that rely on the flexibility of Asterisk to meet their telephony requirements. The latest version of CallCabinet’s award-winning Atmos call recording solution are able to meet the globally required standards of call recording compliance, security and management easily and cost effectively.
Last year, CallCabinet released the first ever compliant mobile call logging solution in South Africa. Dubbed Atmos Live, the application complies with South African laws that require financial workers to record their calls. In fact, the release of Atmos Live followed closely behind the introduction of those laws.
As for Atmos 2.0 for Asterisk, the solution takes Asterisk recordings, encrypts and uploads them and all related call data to the cloud for secure storage. Thanks to the Atmos interface, managing these call recordings remains easy and intuitive.
An update to the Atmos for Asterisk solution was inevitable as CallCabinet CEO Ryan Kahan says that market adoption of the solution has been exponential, with millions of calls recorded and stored each month.
"This is a clear indication of the trust businesses have in the Atmos solution and our commitment to ensuring our technology remains at the cutting edge of market developments," said Kahan. "CallCabinet's solutions have always been able to integrate with Asterisk systems because we recognise that Asterisk is fundamental to so many hosted and on premises telephony systems. Atmos 2.0 for Asterisk, introduces an innovative method of managing the complexities of a multi-tenant call recorder to ensure continuity, consistency and system agility. This enhancement allows us to deliver compliant call recording to businesses that already take full advantage of the ease of use and cost effectiveness of any Asterisk-based solution."
Edited by Kyle Piscioniere