Cable Technology Feature Article
TraceSpan Launches LI Monitoring Solution for Cable Networks
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
The DOCSIS Phantom 5200 is a passive monitoring solution that records and stores broadband digital information on cable modem lines using DOCSIS technology.
TraceSpan Communications, a provider of broadband analysis and monitoring solutions, has designed this solution for Law Enforcement Authorities (LEA) that want to capture data between the service provider's premises and the target.
LEA can use the DOCSIS Phantom to monitor relevant information without being detected. The solution follows the company's monitoring solutions for ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2Plus, VDSL2 and GPON networks, which currently being used by a variety of Law Enforcement Authorities all across the globe.
"Cable networks impose significant challenges on Law Enforcement Authorities, which need to monitor the information on the line", said Dr. Hanan Herzberg, TraceSpan's founder and CEO. "Now, they can do this thanks to DOCSIS Phantom, the first and only passive DOCSIS monitoring solution. Along with the excellent feedbacks on our existing monitoring solutions, we've received many requests from our customers to help them address this need, and now we're proud to provide them the solution."
Elaborating further on the new release, TraceSpan Communications says that DOCSIS Phantom has the ability to intercept target communications directly from the line and collect a hundred percent of the information to and from the ISP or communications provider.
TraceSpan Communications’ newly released passive Lawful Interception (LI) monitoring solution can be used both as a tactical unit and as a cost-effective centralized monitoring system.
The company claims that users can install it at virtually any location, and the data can be monitored either locally or at a remote location.
Read a related article at TMCnet “TraceSpan Releases GPON ONU Conformance Test Solution.”
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves