As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with 120 years of expertise, NEC has leveraged its adaptive solutions to enable individuals and enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries to achieve more flexible, secure and responsive work environments.
As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader for 120 years, NEC enables new approaches to how Communications and IT services are delivered and managed through its field-tested expertise.
Combining innovative capability with a rich Communications and IT portfolio, NEC has provided individuals and enterprises with solutions that cover and enable the full spectrum of business processes for new and improved ways of conducting business.
NEC’s Integra-ID Archive is a comprehensive and scalable data repository solution for the storage of ANSI/NIST
and other ancillary documents that provides a secure and quick method of storing, retrieving, printing and managing biometric
Integra-ID Archive offers
A secure, centralized data storage and retrieval repository.
Supports a wide variety of file formats, including text files, image files, and fingerpint/palmprint cards.
An intuitive web-based interface.
Quick access to all biometric records and associated documents stored in the Archive repository.
Includes a multitude of searching, viewing, printing, and management features through a flexible, portable thin client application.
Supports free text and wildcard searches sealing and unsealing of records for maximum data security and privacy.
Control usage rules protect data ownership and data contents.
Multiple storage levels and a folder structure permit proper data organization and help in logical retrieval.
User level authorizations can be designated based on need.
Individual folders and documents can be secured through a "seal" process, hiding content from non-authorized users.
A detailed audit trail enables the tracking of user activity performed on folders and documents.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) matching algorithm recognition benchmarks have consistently proven that NEC's
biometric technologies have the fastest and most accurate face and fingerprint recognition algorithm and have the most resilient facial recognition technologies
to viewing low angles, low resolution images and poor image quality. View Our Complete NIST Rankings
How can Intega-ID Archive transform your record repository?