SS8 Networks offers cloud-based end-to-end lawful intelligence solution built on AWS

SS8 Networks, a leader in Lawful Intercept and Monitoring Center platforms, is proud to announce the completion of the first Lawful Intelligence platform built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Operators and Law Enforcement Agencies globally.

As wireless, broadband, fixed wireless, and 4G/5G networks transition to private and public clouds such as AWS, SS8 continues to improve and expand the functionality of its industry leading Xcipio mediation and Intellego monitoring center platforms.

SS8 has deployed the SS8 platform on AWS to provide customers flexibility, scalability and removes the complexity and costs associated with the mobile core.

Customers benefit from the seamless integration of SS8 platforms on AWS by providing a bridge between LTE networks and lawful intercept applications.

As an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) and plans to be on AWS Marketplace, SS8 solutions can easily be configured from the dashboard, and a web based graphical user interface provides a perfect end-to-end testing environment prior to facilitating the hand off to law enforcement agencies.

SS8’s solution scales on AWS from the smallest individual targets to large scale deployments for mobile network operators, private LTE networks and Law Enforcement Agencies.

“Our customers have asked for an easier way to implement the SS8 Lawful Intelligence offerings, and with Amazon Web Services we are able to quickly deploy our solutions for global service providers and law enforcement agencies,” said Dr. Keith Bhatia, Chief Operating Officer.

“We are leading with technology to facilitate implementation ease and accessibility of our 5G and IoT platforms, as well as managing the data for Investigative Analysts to help save lives.”

SS8 continues to innovate and lead the market in lawful intercept and intelligence technology deployments and solutions for our global customers.


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