An easy-to-deploy recording solution

The AudioCodes HPXMedia provides an easy-to-deploy, low- to high-density recording solution for VoIP networks.

  • VoIP Call Recording
    Supports multiple codecs commonly used on VoIP networks. Encoding support of both low/high bit rate formats with .WAV header support.

    High Density Architect
    The HPXMedia is designed to create a high density recording solution by offering recording capabilities up to 480** conversations per server. Communicates over TCP/IP allowing for geographically separate installations of multiple servers (under development).

    Automated Termination of Recording
    The Soft Recorder API provides programmatic control of termination conditions while recording. Provides maximum time and file size (bytes) conditions to control the automated termination of recording.

    Automatic Summation
    Complete support of full-duplex recording. Once recording is initiated the HPXMedia automatically sums the conversation without application management.

    • Low/High Density VoIP Recording
    • Automated Stop Recording
    • DTMF Detection
    • Media Control - codecs
    • DTMF Tone Detection (RFC 2833)
    • Programmable Jitter Buffer
    • Full-duplex Recording
    • Stop Recording Triggers
  • Hardware Requirements

    Pentium 4 or equivalent 3 GHz CPU , 1 Gig RAM or better for 48 conversations

    Operating Systems

    • Windows XP 32bit
    • Windows 2003 32/64bit
    • Windows 2008 32/64bit


    IP Interface Designed to support RFC 3550
    Jitter Buffer Programmable jitter buffer
    RTP Port Management The HPXMedia supports any number management schema, no restrictions apply
    Codecs RAW, WAV file formats
    PCM, G.711, G.729A, G.723 and GSM. Other LBR codecs available, contact ScanSource Communications sales rep for details
    SDK AudioCodes Recorder API · License Key Utility
    DTMF Tone Detection DTMF digits: 0 - 9, *, #, A, B, C, D · Primary and Secondary stream - out-of-band RFC 2833
    Audio Digitizing Microsoft GSM and μ-law or A-law per G.711
    Gain Control Programmable gain can be set per each input (upstream/downstream)
    Recording Termination Automatic stop record upon Maximum time and file size (bytes)