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Northwest Territories DOJ Chooses Lattice's Best-in-Class Nexus Platform

February 13, 2013

By Carolyn J Dawson, Call Recording World Contributor

The Department of Justice for the Northwest Territories in Canada has chosen Nexus corrections technology from Lattice Incorporated. The government facility in Northwest Territories will use Nexus technology for call administration and protected communications.

Since 2006, the Northwest Territories’ DOJ has been a customer of Lattice. The DOJ has decided to substitute the existing Lattice predecessor technology with the latest proprietary Nexus system. The DOJ were not facing any operational issues with the old technology. A decision to shift to the best-in-class Nexus platform was mainly due to its augmented protection and availability of online investigative tools.

In a statement, Mr. Paul Burgess, CEO of Lattice Incorporated said, "We are pleased to continue our relationship with the Northwest Territories DOJ. The Canadian market represents enormous growth potential for Lattice, and we're looking for more sales to come from this market in 2013 and beyond. The ongoing adoption of our next-generation Nexus system in multiple markets bodes well for ability to drive shareholder value improvement as we continue to focus on expanding our communications services operations."

Lattice Incorporated is a major provider of sophisticated information and communications technology offerings. The organization was established in 1973 and has its headquarters in Pennsauken, NJ. The organization mainly comprises of two units, Lattice Secure Communications and Lattice Government Services. The organization offers its services primarily to the government and commercial markets.

Highly developed technological solutions are designed, implemented and supervised by the Lattice Government Services unit at major government agencies and also for mid- to large-sized companies. Strategic administration, systems engineering, modeling and simulation, sensor incorporation, and protected communications products are some of the solutions offered by the unit. The unit also offers important mission assistance to the U.S. Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

Key proprietary platforms capable of generating custom designed software applications with military grade protection are offered by the Lattice Secure Communications especially for markets comprising of correctional facilities needing extremely protected solutions. Other service providers in the telecommunications and secure communications industries are offered licensed innovative technologies by LSC. The organization’s technology and offerings have been currently deployed in the United States, Canada, Japan, and Europe.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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