Cellebrite, the leading provider of mobile data transfer solutions, today introduced Cellebrite DeskTop, a PC-based version of the company’s market-leading suite of applications that increase revenue, boost margins, and improve customer satisfaction in the store and beyond. Cellebrite DeskTop includes the industry’s fastest phone-to-phone content transfer, back-up, and restore, a fully automated phone trade-in program, application content and delivery, and robust diagnostics to “detect and correct” phone problems, in an integrated solution running in a Microsoft Windows environment. Read the whole article
Cellebrite, a provider of mobile data transfer solutions, introduced Cellebrite DeskTop, a PC-based version of suite of applications. Cellebrite DeskTop optimizes wireless retail operations; reduces retailers' TCO and accelerates transfer speed, thereby improves customer satisfaction in the store and beyond. Read the whole article
The Center for Scientific Skills Renato Chaves just received the Universal Forensics Extraction Device (Universal Forensic Extraction Device – UFED). The new equipment will allow the extraction and in-depth analysis of data from mobile devices such as cell phones, smartphones, GPS devices and handheld tablets, which arrive daily in CPC for investigation of content that can help clarify a crime.
A deleted message is retreived with the use of top Israeli technology
Cellebrite, founded in 1999, is headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel, and more than 50 per cent of the technology company’s $200 million average annual revenue stems from its forensics division — established in 2007. The division develops software and hardware used to prevent terror activity.
The latest evidence presented in the Tia Sharp murder trial highlights the important role that mobile forensics now plays in both police investigations and convicting criminals. In many murder cases, mobile devices can provide the missing information needed to outline the victim's last actions or communications and/or possibly find a link to identify the killer. Read the whole article
Having one tool that can extract data as easily and efficiently as does the UFED Touch Ultimate is an advantage to any forensic team. Allowing this technology to be as portable as this extends its functionality and practicality. The portability of the device is what we believe will make it the most essential tool in any mobile forensic teams' kit. All in all, UFED Touch Ultimate is an essential device for mobile forensics in the field. It is well worth the cost.
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Apr 18, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Cellebrite, a provider of retail mobile content transfer, backup and restore solutions, has made a $3,000,000 investment in CommuniTake, an Israeli technology company specializing in providing remote access to mobile devices. According to release, as part of the strategic investment, Cellebrite will hold two newly created seats on the CommuniTake Board of Directors.
Apr 18, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Cellebrite announced that the company has made a $3,000,000 investment in CommuniTake Ltd., an Israeli technology company specializing in providing remote access to mobile devices. In a release dated April 15, the Company said as part of the strategic investment, Cellebrite will hold two newly created seats on the CommuniTake Board of Directors.
Cellebrite is one of those back-end companies that consumers don't realize they've been dealing for about as long as they've owned a cell phone. Founded in 1999, Cellebrite is the company responsible for the solution that carriers use to transfer contacts from your old phone to the fancy new one you just bought in their stores. The company also has a forensic diagnostic solution for law enforcement agencies.