HANOVER, Md., Jun 02, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Tecore Networks, the inventor of Managed Access technology, will be showcasing the next generation Intelligent Network Access Controller (iNAC)™ with new capabilities focused on providing funding opportunities and enhanced security through value-added features that include secured Wi-Fi connectivity and interoperability for emergency communications. Tecore’s iNAC Managed Access system has been proven effective in large downtown facilities, as well as rural installations controlling the use of contraband cell phones while legally operating within the context of the commercial networks. Our executives will be available at the show to share Tecore’s unique industry experience, as well as identify the key features for a successful deployment of managed access technology. The Corrections Technology Association’s (CTA) 15th Annual Technology Summit will be taking place in Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1-4, 2014.
Tecore’s iNAC Managed Access is a “turn-key” wireless solution with capabilities that expand the platform from a proven and effective contraband cell phone solution to a multi-functional communications platform for a facility. The newly added capabilities have the potential to help correctional facilities stay PREA compliant, keep up to date with medical initiatives, aid in reducing recidivism, along with various other grant requirements.