Nortel Government Solutions Donates Training Tool To National Judicial College
RENO, Nev. – The National Judicial College (NJC) has received a state-of-the-art digital courtroom system from Nortel Government Solutions*, a U.S. company wholly owned by Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT], to help foster its mission to provide education and professional development for judges from around the world.
This system will help prepare judges for use of multimedia technology in the courtroom by providing electronic evidence capture and presentation along with digital audio and video transcripts. It will also provide secure storage and electronic access to millions of pages of evidence and thousands of hours of testimony.
Designed and integrated by Nortel Government Solutions, it includes hardware and software donated by ExhibitOne, MediaEdge and Levare.
“Digital courtrooms with real-time, multimedia access to evidence, testimony and other information are the wave of the judicial future,” said Chuck Saffell, chief executive officer, Nortel Government Solutions. “Working with the National Judicial College, we’ve created an environment where judges can be exposed to the latest technology.”
The NJC system is similar to digital courtrooms in Las Vegas and Rockville, Md. operated and maintained by Nortel Government Solutions for the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
The initial NJC course presentation explaining and demonstrating the features of the new system is planned for the week of August 13, 2007 before a group of state public utility commissioners and administrative law judges.
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