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DataBridge™ 6 (5G and Cloud Ready)

DataBridge 6
Next-generation Lawful Interception and Lawful Disclosure solution, tailored to support CSPs on each stage of their journey towards 5G.
Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are in the spotlight like never before. As terrorists and organised criminals make increasing use of social media and smartphones to facilitate their crimes and activities, the data they generate – which is transported by CSPs – is of huge value to Law Enforcement and National Security Agencies. It now forms a key element in their efforts to monitor threats, detect crimes and investigate and prosecute criminals.

Introducing DataBridge 6 for NFV and 5G

BAE Systems’ DataBridge 6 is a market leading Lawful Intercept (LI) solution for deployment within a CSP’s network. Thanks to its revolutionary cloud native micro service based architecture, DataBridge 6 not only complies with the LI architecture as defined in the latest release of the 3GPP standards (Release 15 – 33.126/7/8 LI Reference Architecture), but is also compatible with the latest Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) and 5G technology requirements.
Cost efficiency - Cloud-native approach gives DataBridge 6 the ability to provide Lawful Interception for the most demanding of global tier 1 carriers with more than 100 million subscribers, as well as scaling it down to service a network with only a few thousand.
Secure by design – Built with security at its core, DataBridge 6 is built and tested against the CIS and OQASP security standards.
Standards focused - The DataBridge 6 product team actively works with the 3GPP, ETSI and ATIS standards bodies to ensure that our solution and roadmap is always relevant and consistently complies with the latest standards revision. We have done the hard work so you don’t have to.
Contact us today, or download the DataBridge™ 6 Brochure to find out more.
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Transforming Lawful Interception

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In this four-part series of briefing papers, we explore the implications for Lawful Interception in the cloud-native era – and how you can adapt to meet the challenges.
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