SAN FRANCISCO , Aug. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Intelligentias, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: ITLI) a leader in the homeland security industry providing data retention, tracking, and investigatory services for telecommunications companies, Internet service providers, and law enforcement agencies around the world, announced Wednesday that its subsidiary, Retentia, hit a benchmark with one of its customers exceeding 2 trillion accessible data records.
The customer, whom Intelligentias declined to identify outside of specifying that it is a blue chip company, has reached this watershed number of data records after only one year of operation of the Retentia Software.
Luigi Caramico, President of Intelligentias, said of the accomplishment, "This valued client has one of the ten largest databases in the world. This is a testament to the ability of Retentia to efficiently store and organize data, making it secure and accessible without hampering or compromising the operations of the customer's business." Data records are a way to track suspected criminals and are only accessed by court order.
Retentia offers its Data Retention Suite to clients who aim to meet the rapidly expanding scalability, security, and accessibility requirements of complex organizations around the world. As new laws are enacted across the globe requiring companies to comply with broader rules in order to maintain a suitable level of security, Retentia has come to bat providing an affordable -- but more importantly an effective -- solution.
Interested law enforcement agencies, telecommunication providers, internet service providers and others are invited to contact Intelligentias for more information about Retentia and its data retention solution.
About Intelligentias ( http://www.intelligentias.com )
Intelligentias, Inc. expects to become a global data-intelligence conglomerate. Using a worldwide network, we will market Homeland Security products to Law Enforcement Agencies, Telcos 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. As our Lawful Intercept Company, Interceptia intends to focus on Legal Interception of telecommunications by law enforcement authorities (LEA's) and intelligence services.
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