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Cisco MediaSense – Cisco

Cisco MediaSense records conversations on the network rather than on a device. This simplifies the architecture, lowers costs, provides optimum scalability, and facilitates use by analytics applications from Cisco technology partners.

Cisco MediaSense – End-of-Life and End-of-Sale Notices

Cisco MediaSense End-of-Life and End-of-Sale Notices Find out why a Cisco product has reached its end of life, what product upgrade and substitution options are …

Cisco MediaSense – Data Sheets

Cisco MediaSense – Learn product details such as features and benefits, as well as hardware and software specifications.

Cisco MediaSense – Design Guides

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Cisco MediaSense Version 11.5 Data Sheet – Cisco

59 rows · Cisco MediaSense is an open-standards, network-based platform that supports recording, …

Audio recording Audio live mon… ● The unified network platform … ● The unified network platform p…
Single-party video recording ● The unified network platform … ● The unified network platform s…
Video conversation recording ● MediaSense uses the media … ● MediaSense uses the media f…
Video on hold (VoH) ● MediaSense supports stream… ● MediaSense supports streami…

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Cisco MediaSense End Of Life FAQ – Cisco Community

5) Cisco MediaSense – Compliance Recording. Planned End Of Life. The above solutions provide on-premises solutions to meet the business outcomes. Cisco is not going to provide a Cisco developed recording solution for On Premise deployments beyond the 11.5 release of the Cisco MediaSense …

Solved: Cisco MediaSense – Cisco Community

Solved: Hi I have to deploy Cisco MediaSense for call recording. I want to record calls within the organization and also incoming calls from PSTN. Is there anyone who can guide me how to configure and deploy the MediaSense. BR Abdul Karim

Cisco MediaSense on UCSE – DocWiki

Notes on 2 vCPU VM configuration . The 2 vCPU VM configuration can be used for a Primary or a Secondary Cisco MediaSense node. Expansion nodes are not supported with this configuration.