The Forensic CELSIUS R920 workstation, developed through a collaboration between CCL-Forensics and Fujitsu, provides an ideal platform for the most demanding multi-core applications
used by digital forensic practitioners. The Forensic CELSIUS R920 is an expandable and customizable workstation with up to 512GB RAM and powerful multi-core processing capabilities, optimized for use with forensic
toolsets. Entry level, mid-range, and high-end workstations have been developed to match varying needs.
The CRU RTX800-TR storage enclosure is ideal for applications that require fast access to
large amounts of data. The RTX800-TR is a high-capacity, high-performance tower with
Thunderbolt connectivity, making it ideal for applications relying on high-speed interaction
with large datasets. The rugged RTX800-TR tower includes dual Thunderbolt ports (with support for DisplayPort and daisy-chaining), and houses eight 3.5-inch SAS or SATA hard disk
drives in rugged CRU TrayFree™ Bays.
Mobile Device Detection
ZoneDefense, a mobile device detection and location platform, now supports mobile
devices using the rapidly growing 4G LTE cellular frequencies in addition to 802.11
wireless and 3G/2G cellular networks. The system locates and tracks mobile devices and
can trigger different security policies for those devices as they enter or exit zones with
positional accuracy as small as 10 feet.
Sans Digital SAS expander series incorporate the benefits from enterprise level
direct attached storage. Performance is guaranteed by using 24Gb/s high bandwidth mini-SAS cables, effective support PCIe 3.0 / 2.0 SAS expander RAID
controllers’ performance. A wide range of RAID SAS expander card support
provides RAID protected storage at an affordable gigabyte per dollar. All SAS
expander models are scalable up to 5 units.
Mobile Device Software
UFED Physical Analyzer and UFED Logical Analyzer 3. 8 bring a host of new decoding and
decryption support, along with new functionality. New features and capabilities include Apple and BlackBerry decryption capabilities; decoding support for 142 new devices, including
HTC, LG, Motorola, and Nokia models, in addition to a number of models within the Sam-sung Galaxy family; and a built-in viewer allowing extracted locations to be seen on a map.