09.08.2018 kl 21:45 5222
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, August 9, 2018 - Napatech(TM) (OSLO: NAPA.OL), the leading
provider of reconfigurable computing platforms, today announced that one of
Central Europe's leading cybersecurity government agencies has selected
Napatech's FPGA-based SmartNIC software and hardware to strengthen its national
security posture within new lawful interception applications.
Lawful interception refers to the methods and procedures by which government
agencies with legal authorization can selectively monitor individuals'
communications. Modern lawful interception applications are complex, requiring
electronic surveillance of IP-based voice, video and data communications that
are often encrypted.
The agency and their IT services design and integration partner chose Napatech's
reconfigurable computing platform as the foundation for their next-generation
lawful interception system. The solution uniquely met the challenging
requirements of their lawful interception application by providing lossless,
line-rate networking performance from 1 to 100 Gigabits, with high-precision
nanosecond timestamping. Its open system approach allows it to be deployed in
standard server platforms, radically reducing system costs and making wide-scale
deployments practical. Finally, the highly-programmable nature of the FPGA-based
SmartNICs ensures the platform can easily and quickly adapt to new applications
that adversaries may exploit to evade surveillance.
Jarrod J. S. Siket, chief marketing officer of Napatech, said: "Government and
enterprise IT organizations are deploying a wide range of software applications
on standard server platforms. Our reconfigurable computing platform improves the
performance of networking and security applications with the most challenging
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