Tecore Networks, the inventor of Managed Access technology, will be showcasing the next generation Intelligent Network Access Controller (iNAC)™ with new capabilities focused on providing funding opportunities and enhanced security through value-added features that include secured Wi-Fi connectivity and interoperability for emergency communications. Tecore’s iNAC Managed Access system has been proven effective in large downtown facilities, as well as rural installations controlling the use of contraband cell phones while legally operating within the context of the commercial networks. Our executives will be available at the show to share Tecore’s unique industry experience, as well as identify the key features for a successful deployment of managed access technology. The Corrections Technology Association’s (CTA) 15th Annual Technology Summit will be taking place in Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1-4, 2014.
Tecore’s iNAC Managed Access is a “turn-key” wireless solution with capabilities that expand the platform from a proven and effective contraband cell phone solution to a multi-functional communications platform for a facility. The newly added capabilities have the potential to help correctional facilities stay PREA compliant, keep up to date with medical initiatives, aid in reducing recidivism, along with various other grant requirements.
- Secured Wi-Fi offered on the new iNAC platform will help with facilities new transition to wireless devices. Devices that help educate, connect, and monitor inmates are effective only if a reliable Wi-Fi infrastructure is in place. The application of Wi-Fi enabled devices for officers also offers added safety that can only be achieved by a strong wireless network.
- Interoperability with emergency communications is one of the major issues facing corrections today. The lack of P25 radio coverage within a facility poses a serious threat to inmate and officer security. While managing the access of the contraband cellular devices, the iNAC can be used to enhance the department’s specific P25 radio system signals throughout the facility allowing better coverage and reliable communications for corrections officers on their own private communications network.
“Tecore’s iNAC Managed Access system has a proven track record as the industry’s most effective solution for contraband cell phones. Now with the addition of Secured WiFi and P25 Radio support as an integrated part of the multi-function iNAC Managed Access, facilities can operate numerous key capabilities from a common core system,” said Casey Joseph, Executive Vice President. “These capabilities can also qualify the facility for additional funding opportunities as they incorporate compliance with upcoming regulations and improve the communications safety for the officers inside. Tecore is continuing to deliver state-of-the-art technology solutions that provide correctional departments with the additional support needed to handle the ever present threat posed by contraband cell phones.”
If you wish to set-up a meeting regarding Tecore’s solutions at CTA, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 410-872-6500. For more information about the show, please visit: www.correctionstech.org.
About Tecore Networks
Tecore Networks is the inventor of Managed Access technology and a pioneer supplier of multi-technology 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE mobile core and network infrastructure. From millions of subscribers, to small private networks, Tecore Networks has serviced the commercial and government sectors for over 20 years. Offering cutting-edge voice and data technologies, and setting the standard for all-IP based architecture; Tecore Networks has exponentially increased performance while minimizing cost and space requirements. Tecore Networks offers value-added features and state-of-the-art professional services that enable their customers to increase ARPU and retention. Founded in 1991, Tecore Networks is ISO 9001:2008 certified, and a three-time winner of the Global Mobile Award. For more information, visit www.Tecore.com.
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