Published on April 14th, 2020 | by SS8 Marketing
Offering unparalleled cloud-based end-to-end lawful intelligence
MILPITAS, Calif. – April 14, 2020 – SS8 Networks, the leader in Lawful Intercept and Monitoring Center platforms, is proud to announce the deployment of their new lawful intelligence application for mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) capabilities which integrate with telecom operator systems provided by leading MCPTT vendors.
SS8’s lawful intelligence application for MCPTT is a standards-compliant solution recently deployed within large telecom operators in cooperation with the top three MCPTT providers. With these new installations, law enforcement agencies have access to all the signaling and communications within the MCPTT infrastructure for their analysis. Mission-centric, the SS8 solution is able to work inside the telecom network and integrate with the operations systems to deliver the service interoperability, scalability, and reliability necessary for mission-critical communications.
Keith Bhatia, COO of SS8 Networks, said: “Always focused on public safety, SS8 has integrated with the leading MCPTT providers to assure a comprehensive solution for Law Enforcement Agencies. We work with Government Intelligence Agencies around the world and by adding this functionality to our end-to-end solution, we are ensuring they can make critical decisions in real time for a safer society. ”
MCPTT is relied upon daily to provide group communications for first responders and mission critical users. SS8’s lawful intelligence solution supports the telecom operators and law enforcement agencies by reliably and securely working within the broadband, LTE and now in 5G networks that provide the infrastructure for these mission critical applications.
SS8, a network intelligence company, provides solutions to help customers quickly identify, track, and investigate devices and subjects of interest. SS8 is trusted by six of the largest intelligence agencies, eight of the fourteen largest communications providers and five of the largest systems integrators.