SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Intelligentias, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: ITLI), a growing force in the homeland security industry providing data retention, tracking, interception, testing, monitoring and investigatory services for telecommunications companies, Internet service providers (ISPs), government agencies and law enforcement agencies around the world, announced today that its Datakom portfolio company has sold its Gigabit Ethernet Monitoring Solution to the largest ISP in Germany .
"The high performance, functionality and reporting capabilities of Datakom's solution will enable the largest ISP in Germany to keep its services working properly and its subscribers happy. This contract win is a great accomplishment for Datakom," said Paul Hoffman , Managing Director and Founder of Datakom.
Intelligentias did not disclose the name of the customer, but did confirm
that the contract totaled
Interested law enforcement agencies, telecommunication providers, ISPs and others are invited to contact Intelligentias for more information about Datakom and its network motoring, testing and lawful interception solutions.
About Intelligentias (http://www.intelligentias.com):
Intelligentias, Inc. expects to become a global data intelligence conglomerate. Using a worldwide network, we market homeland security products to law enforcement agencies, government agencies, telecommunications companies and ISPs in order to prevent terrorism, cyber-crime and child exploitation.
Our portfolio company, Retentia, Inc. (http://www.retentia.com), sells data retention, tracking and forensics software to some of the largest organizations in the world. Our portfolio company, Investigatia, Inc., which will be launched later in 2007, will be our data investigation company. Investigatia intends to focus on fraud, identity theft, identity authentication and verification. Our portfolio company, Interceptia, Inc., operates in Europe and the Middle East as Datakom GmbH (http://www.datakom.de), and as Interceptia in other parts of the world. Interceptia intends to focus on legal interception of telecommunications by law enforcement authorities and intelligence services.
About Datakom (http://www.datakom.de):
Datakom is a technology company that provides monitoring, network security and lawful interception (wiretapping) software and services to ISPs, carriers, law enforcement and government agencies in Germany , Africa and the Middle East .
Our proprietary and patented technology enables our customers to legally identify, control, shape, re-direct and duplicate network traffic. Our solutions are designed to simplify network architecture and support existing protocols with no impact on network performance.
Founded in 1986, Datakom and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gten, have successfully deployed technology in over 10,000 customer installations including Deutsche Bank, Amadeus, Bayer, BMW, Nuclear Research Center, BASF, IBM, Merck, Deutsche Telecom, Siemens, Volkswagen, Alcatel and many others.
Intelligentias completed its acquisition of Datakom in 2007 and will continue to market Datakom products in Europe , the Middle East and Africa under the Datakom and Gten brand names and under the Interceptia brand in other parts of the world.
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