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Clear-Com Eclipse HX gets greater redundancy

Clear-Com Eclipse HX gets greater redundancy

Clear-Com Eclipse HX gets greater redundancy

Version 13 of the Clear-Com Eclipse HX Digital Matrix Intercom EHX firewire includes N+1 IP card redundancy and network redundancy, as well as the addition of Layer 3 support for AES67 endpoints. The manufacturer has also stated the upcoming v13/1 release will bring with it with role management advancements for a streamlined configuration process and an improved user experience.

“Clear-Com understands that users are constantly looking for improvements to both usability and reliability of their intercom system,” commented Stephen Sandford, senior product manager at Clear-Com. “With EHX 13 we’re offering greater redundancy options, as well a truly game-changing feature with role-based workflows. We’re thrilled to continue to support our Eclipse-based systems with these ongoing improvements and innovations.”

Proper redundancy is critical to ensuring that the Eclipse-based system will remain functional, even if there is a potential network failure. The N+1 card redundancy feature allows a single, or set of, E-IPA cards to function as a backup if a primary card fails. In the event of a card failure, the card’s full configuration is transferred to the backup card with a “virtually seamless” transition. Users can vary the N+1 ratio – one card can back up one card, or one card could back up three – ensuring a cost-effective deployment. The new LAN connection network redundancy feature that allows E-IPA cards to have two network ports configured to separate networks and means that if the card senses a network failure, it will immediately switch communication to the second network. This solution can support a fully or partially redundant network, providing the user with the flexibility to place key devices on a partially redundant network.



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