Intelligentias, Inc. provides forensic data retention software for telecommunications companies, Internet service providers (ISPs), businesses, law enforcement and other government agencies. The company’s DRS software provides for data capture, storage and subsequent forensics examination of multiple data sets, including telephone and web-surfing records. DRS is built on its proprietary file system-based technology that uses less storage space and has faster response times than those of relational database management systems. DRS uses a distributed architecture that allows very large scalability by using low-end servers. It has real-time data analysis and reporting capability, preserves security and access control in complete accordance with the European Union and other directives. The company, during 2007, acquired a 51% ownership interest in Spectia società a responsabilità limitata (Spectia Srl), an Italian limited liability company, to address the market for video surveillance and the data retention requirements related to the collection and analysis of such data. Spectia provides a total video surveillance solution to customers, including hardware (which is installed by third parties), data retention software and related maintenance. Products and Services The company’s proprietary data retention and forensic software product is known as its Data Retention Suite (DRS). Telecom-service providers use DRS to keep track of the telephone calls made by their customers. Internet service providers use it to keep track of the websites visited by their customers; and law enforcement agencies use it to detect criminal activities and apprehend perpetrators. The company’s DRS software provides for data capture, storage and subsequent forensics examination of multiple data sets, including telephone and web-surfing records. DRS is built on its proprietary file system-based technology that uses less storage space and has faster response times than those of relational database management systems (RDBMS). It is ‘purpose-built’ and excludes RDBMS technology or licensing requirements. DRS uses a distributed architecture that allows very large scalability by using low-end, low-cost servers. It has real-time data analysis and reporting capability, preserves security and access control in complete accordance with the European Union and other directives. DRS is designed to address the data retention, call detail records and system scalability concerns of its target markets. Data Retention Directive targets fixed, mobile and Internet telephony, as well as Internet access and e-mail. The company’s Data Retention Suite is a complete package of software products that manages the processing of requests from law enforcement agencies, using a centralized architecture. DRS is comprised of three products: DRS/wm (workflow management), DRS/db (database) and DRS/fs (file systems). DRS/wm handles all phases of warrant execution, including management of incoming requests, the splitting of services, the actual intercept, management of storage system interfaces and multi-repository virtualization. DRS/db and DRS/fs provide for the archiving and fast retrieval of traffic stored on database or file systems storage architecture, in a compressed and encrypted format, to meet its performance standards under its service agreements. DRS/db is completely convergent and data independent. The company’s DRS solutions have the necessary data capture, storage and subsequent forensics examination capabilities for multiple data sets, including telephone and web-surfing records, to meet CDR system needs. Customers and System Integrators The company’s marketing focus is on telecommunications companies, ISPs, law enforcement agencies and corporate enterprise customers, primarily in the European Union and the Middle East. The company’s largest customer footprint is in Italy, and early adopters of its DRS software include Telecom Italia SpA, FastWeb SpA, Ferrovie Dello Stato (the Italian railroad) and the Italian Ministry of Defense. The company’s major customers, as of December 2007, were Isilon Systems, Inc.; Siemens AG; Italian Ministry of Defense; Municipality of Naples; and BT Italia. Competition The company’s competitors include Hewlett-Packard Co.; Oracle Corporation; EMC Corporation; and Network Appliance, Inc. History Intelligentias, Inc. was founded in 2004. The company was formerly known as Merchandise Creations, Inc. and changed its name to Intelligentias, Inc. in 2006.
intelligentias inc (ITLI:OTC US)
303 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
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