Cellebrite Introduces UFED Touch2 Platform

Cellebrite unveils UFED Touch2, the latest addition to the company’s industry-leading UFED Series family of mobile forensic solutions. With enhanced speed, usability, and portability, UFED Touch2 is a comprehensive mobile forensic solution that allows law enforcement, military, and intelligence agencies to extract evidentiary data in a forensically sound manner. The Touch2 can extract mobile device content up to three times faster than the UFED Touch, enabling investigators and examiners to accelerate investigations.

“Many of our customers prefer a purpose-built device for extracting and viewing digital evidence regardless of location,” said Yossi Carmil, Global Co-CEO, Cellebrite. “The UFED Touch2 delivers the performance, reliability and usability required to allow customers to meet their mission in the lab or field, while simplifying the procurement process by eliminating the need to buy separate hardware.”

“Many of our customers prefer a purpose-built device for extracting and viewing digital evidence regardless of location,” said Yossi Carmil, Global Co-CEO, Cellebrite. “The UFED Touch2 delivers the performance, reliability and usability required to allow customers to meet their mission in the lab or field, while simplifying the procurement process by eliminating the need to buy separate hardware.”

With its intuitive GUI and easy-to-use touch screen, UFED Touch2 enables physical, file system and logical extractions of data and passwords, including deleted data, from the widest range of mobile devices. UFED Touch2 is available in both standard and ruggedized editions, running Logical or Ultimate (logical, file system and physical extraction) configurations and comes with a suite of supporting software applications, peripherals and accessories.


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UFED Touch2 delivers a range of enhanced capabilities designed to increase performance, usability, and portability. Key performance enhancements designed to reduce extraction time include:

• 5x faster CPU than the UFED Touch

• DDR3 memory

• Large and fast hard drive (SSD 128GB)

• USB 3.1 phase 1 axillaries (Up to 5Mbps)

In addition, the UFED Touch2 includes a number of features that simplify usage and increase flexibility:

• High-resolution (1024), capacitive multi-touch display with intuitive GUI

• Built-in multi-SIM Reader

• Mini Display Port

• Customized Windows 10

Finally, the Touch2 delivers new capabilities to allow for improved portability:

• WiFi b\g\n\ac (up to 350 Mbps)

• All-inclusive field-ready operational kit– smaller, lighter connector tips, and external hard drive

• Long-lasting battery

Cellebrite will continue to support its customers using UFED Touch. Any future announcement regarding the end of support for the Touch platform will be made 18 months in advance to allow users to effectively plan for the transition. Customers that purchased a UFED Touch in 2016 will receive attractive offers to trade in their device for a Touch2. Customers that purchased a UFED Touch after June 15, 2016 will be able to trade in their device for a UFED Touch2 at no cost.

Watch the video to learn more about UFED Touch2:

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