Dear Total Recall VR partners, we have just announced a number of specials for a number of Total Recall VR products.
Tell us what you think! Every year we take a survey of our channel partners to find out what you think about our products and services, how our developments are impacting on your clients (existing and potential), and to give you the chance to tell us what things we're doing well and what we can improve on.
Please take the chance to have your say!
Dear Total Recall VR customers and partners, ‘Thank You, Thank You, Thank You’ for choosing and supporting Total Recall VR products and applications during 2022. On behalf of the Total Recall VR team and the wider Prolancer team, we wanted you to know that all of us truly appreciate your support during what was an unexpectedly difficult year for us.
Well, it has been another unpredictable year, full of surprises and confidence swings. However, we are looking forward to a better 2023. While we are excited and hopeful for 2023, we do think that we deserve a short break during the 2022/2023 holiday period in Australia.
We will take a break from the 17th of December 2022 to the 8th of January 2023, inclusive of both dates. We will be back on the 9th of January 2022.
On this last working day in 2021 for the Total Recall VR team we are signing off with an announcement that the 5th generation Total Recall VR Infinity technology is now generally available. Four brand-spanking new audio logging and call recordings products in the Infinity range of appliances are shipping now and there will be more to come in 2022.
We will have more to share on Total Recall VR Infinity technology and products in 2022. For now, please stay safe, we are grateful for your goodwill in 2021 and we look forward to working with you all in 2022 which is shaping to be another tumultuous year for all of us.
Dear Total Recall VR partners, ‘Thank You, Thank You, Thank You’ for choosing and supporting Total Recall VR products and applications during what can only be described as challenging 2021. On behalf of the Total Recall VR team and the wider Prolancer team we wanted you to know that everyone that is part of both teams truly appreciate your support during what was another difficult year for us and probably most of you.
Well, it has been another unpredictable year, full of surprises and confidence swings. However, we are looking forward to finally start, after 21 months, operating at full capacity on the 1st of December 2021. While we are excited to get back to what is almost business as usual, we do think that we deserve a short break during the 2021/2022 holidays period in Australia.
We will take a break from the 24th of December 2021 to the 5th of January 2022, inclusive of both dates. We will be back, and hopefully at full capacity on the 6th of January 2022.
As we come out of a 100+ day lockdown, we wish to start with the announcement that our star tiny box appliance, the Total Recall VR Essence, now ships in a 46% smaller enclosure.
We shrunk the enclosure to just 175x110x40 mm without compromising on recording channel capacity, which remains at 60 IP recording channels, and storage capacity, which remains at 600,000 individual recordings and up to 240,000 audio hours.
Our local electricity supply company advised us that electricity supply will be cut to our area to upgrade the electricity infrastructure between 9am and 5pm on Wednesday August 25th, local Sydney time.
Please note that the power outage will not have impact on the Total Recall VR Cloud services and recorders. All cloud recorders will continue to operate. However, ...
Finally, and after 4 month delay due to chip (IC) shortages, we are ecstatic to announce that our bestselling rack mount appliance, the Total Recall VR LinX Altus, can now ship with a processor upgrade option that extends its recording capacity to 90 IP and 72 analogue channels in a compact rack mount enclosure that measures just 220 x 480 x 230mm.