Tecore Network's new tech to combat contraband cell phones
The technology allows system operator to accept or deny cellular device communication
By C1 Staff
Tecore Networks has unveiled the next generation Intelligent Network Access Controller (iNAC), intended to enhance security by controlling the use of contraband cell phones.
The iNAC forms a radio frequency umbrella around a precisely defined target area and intercepts cellular devices within range.
The Managed Access solution provides the system operator with the capability to selectively permit or deny communications from these cellular devices based on a rich policy engine, including allowing 911 calls from even unauthorized devices.
This technology does not require changes to existing law to be operated.