The integration testing for Motorola's (News
) TETRA DIMETRA IP release 7 has been successfully completed
by NICE Inform, incident information management solution for public safety organizations.
NICE Systems (News
) is a premier provider of intent-based solutions that enable enterprises and security organizations to extract Insight from Interactions, transactions and surveillance to drive business performance, reduce risk and ensure safety.
Police, fire and ambulance services personnel, with the integration of NICE Inform with the new DIMETRA release will be offered with a cost efficient, IP-based solution for the recording, playback and storage of end-to-end encrypted public safety radio calls.
To offer public safety professionals the assurances they need for the security and reliability of their communications storage and retrieval, NICE Inform can be implemented right at the heart of the TETRA network.
"With this solution Motorola has the option to offer NICE Inform pre-integrated as a part of the TETRA network to offer essential public services the assurances they need for security and reliability in their communications' storage and retrieval. Motorola has sold hundreds of integrated NICE recording solutions worldwide. This addition to the portfolio represents another milestone in the close collaboration between the two companies dating from 2001" Stephen Benwell, General Manager, Public Safety, at NICE, said.
For the security market, NICE Inform is the world's first full-spectrum multimedia incident information management solution. In the Motorola implementation with Dimetra IP 7.0 the solution allows the encrypted radio traffic to be securely recorded and stored, giving total end-to-end encryption and full peace of mind that it has not been tampered with.
has introduced a solution for back office operations, the NICE Back Office suite which is the company's first foray into those operations. The software suite includes workforce management and real-time guidance and compliance capabilities.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny