What is Total Recall VR Cloud?

Total Recall VR Cloud is a cloud-based audio logging and call recording solution that is managed by us for your peace of mind. It is a reliable and affordable enterprise grade recorder that is based on our Total Recall VR technology which is used by enterprises and governments worldwide to log and create electronic records of many forms of audio communication including telephone, 2-way radio, broadcast radio, public address, intercoms, microphones and much more.

Why Total Recall VR Cloud?

Total Recall VR Cloud gives you an affordable and no-commitment access to the award winning Total Recall VR audio logging and call recording technology and the talent and enthusiasm of the Prolancer team of great application, systems and product engineers when you need it and for as long as you need it. It is built on top of secure and reliable cloud computing platforms and hosted in data centres that are built to meet the requirements of the most secure-sensitive organisations.


Choice of Recording

Unlike other cloud based call recording solutions, Total Recall VR Cloud goes beyond cloud call recording. You can record in hybrid mode (one, or all of the following at the same time):

Telephone

Telephones

Record IP (or VoIP) telephones using SIP, SIPrec and Cisco™ Built in Bridge (BiB).

2-way Radio

2-way Radios

Record analogue, RoIP, DMR, P25, NXDN radios and consoles using RoIP, Omnitronics™ RoIP, Tait™ VRP, Hytera™ HDAP and Zetron™ RoIP.

Intercom

Intercoms

Record IP intercoms and emergency help points using AoIP, SIP and SIPrec.

Broadcast Radio

Broadcast Radio

Record public broadcast radio using AoIP, RoIP and RTSP.

Public Address

Public Address

Record IP public address and announcement systems using AoIP, SIP, SIPrec and RTSP.

Air Traffic Control

Air Traffic Control

Records IP (or VoIP) air traffic management (ATM) and control (ATC) systems using ED-137.


Choice of Recording Plans

All Total Recall VR Cloud recording plans give you access to the same recorder features and the same exceptional customer service and support. All you need to do is determine the maximum number of concurrent recording sessions that you may need and select a plan based on that number.

Alternatively, you can always start small and then upgrade later when you need to.

Finally, if you prefer an in-house recording solution, then why not consider one of our Total Recall VR appliances.

Total Recall VR

Cirrus 10$280

Select
  • $0.39 per Hour
  • 10/30 Recording Channels
  • Unlimited Recording Bandwidth
  • 18,000 Hours Play Bandwidth
  • 30,000 Hours Recording Storage
  • 900,000 Recordings DB Storage
  • Unlimited Support

Cirrus 60$540

Select
  • $0.74 per Hour
  • 60 Recording Channels
  • Unlimited Recording Bandwidth
  • 36,000 Hours Play Bandwidth
  • 60,000 Hours Recording Storage
  • 900,000 Recordings DB Storage
  • Unlimited Support

Cirrus 90$720

Select
  • $0.99 per Hour
  • 90 Recording Channels
  • Unlimited Recording Bandwidth
  • 36,000 Hours Play Bandwidth
  • 60,000 Hours Recording Storage
  • 900,000 Recordings DB Storage
  • Unlimited Support

Latest Posts

24 Feb

The “Total Recall VR is 20 in 2020” celebration continues!!!

This February in 2020 we continue our celebration of 20 years and 4 generations of the all Australian designed and made Total Recall VR audio logging and call recording products.

While it all started in 2000 with the first award winning Total Recall VR Desktop unit, we quickly found ourselves between a rock and a hard place when IBM announced that OS/2 is not going to ‘warp’ any more after 2002. So we made the brave move to Linux and even braver move to Java (Java for real-time!? You have to be crazy we hear you say. Well we said it was brave). And the 2nd generation of award winning Total Recall VR Desktop started rolling off the production line.

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26 Jan

Total Recall VR is 20 in 2020!!!

This Australia day in 2020 we are delighted to start celebrating 20 years and 4 generations of the all Australian designed and made Total Recall VR products.

It all started April 2000 when the first award winning Total Recall VR Desktop unit was born in Australia and very quickly departed for South Africa to start its service. It was the days when OS/2 warped, 32bit was way more than 8bit, GUIs were TUIs, you had to know who is the ‘master’ and who is the ‘slave’, 7.9Kbs compression was needed to put more than 1000 hours of audio on the largest capacity hard disk that money could buy and writing a CD-R took more than 40 minutes.

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