On behalf of the global Group 2000 team, it is our pleasure to share the latest market survey of the LI market, the relevant players in this market and the position of Group 2000 in this market. We are proud that the industry, customers, suppliers, and the competitors recognize Group 2000 as one of the top visionary leaders in this domain. The industry and the market are constantly evolving from a legal and technological point of view. Group 2000 provides and will continue to provide a clear commitment in this ever-changing world when it comes to innovation and co-creation. We will continue to be your trusted partner as architects in safety and intelligence.
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The study provides an in-depth analysis of the global lawful interception market from 2018 based on the contemporary market trends and developments, and its potential growth from 2020 to 2025. It provides detailed market trends, competitive landscape, market size, forecasts, and comprehensive analysis of the key lawful interception solutions and SPs.
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Group 2000 is considered a visionary leader in the lawful interception market as we have a strong portfolio of lawful interception solutions. We have successfully marked our presence in the market by offering customized solutions pertaining to cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and the Internet of Things (IoT).
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The mobile network helps monitor the real-time data of any kind of wireless network. The mobile network includes 2G (GSM, Code Division Multiple Access [CDMA], and General Packet Radio Service [GPRS]), 3G (UMTS [Universal Mobile Telecommunications System]), 4G (LTE and Advanced LTE), 5G and other wireless access technologies, such as WLAN and WiMAX. The mobile network integrates with most of the leading vendors in the lawful interception market. The emergence of smartphones, laptops, and smart gadgets helps the implementation of lawful interception across networks. Lawful interception for mobile data is implemented in the core network of the operator. In an 5G core-anchored LI architecture also known as 5G Standalone network, for example, Group 2000’s LIMS directly interfaces with the UPF nodes for monitoring user plane data (CC) and with the Access Management Function (AMF) node and other 5G core nodes for monitoring control plane (IRI) data.
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