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Clients...

  • SPAWAR PACIFIC – San Diego, CA November 2006 – Present: Networking Service Contractor (CNRSW Security Network)

    • SPAWAR contractor responsible for all security system IP connectivity for all Navy bases throughout the Region Southwest.

    • Duties include design, configuration, installation and support of all individual base-wide (LAN & MAN) application-specific IP communication infrastructure as well as region-wide (WAN) network connectivity enabling centralized monitoring of every security alarm at every Navy base throughout Navy Region Southwest.

  • NAVAL BASE POINT LOMA – San Diego, CA November 2007 – Present: Emergency Response Network (IDS, Fire Alarm & Life Safety Network)

    • NAVFAC contractor responsible for design, configuration, installation and support of an application-specific network for all IP-enabled Emergency Response Equipment (security, fire, CCTV & mass notification).

    • Architecture includes LAN, MAN and WAN connections between four (4) metropolitan base locations primarily utilizing existing copper twisted-pair infrastructure locally within each campus and interfacing with local telecommunication providers for base to base communication.

  • COMMANDER NAVY REGION SOUTHWEST – San Diego, CA July - December 2008, New Regional Dispatch Center (Intrusion Detection & Automation System Network)

    • CNRSW contractor responsible for IP connectivity of centralized alarm receivers and dispatcher automation systems for Navy Region Southwest.

    • Duties include design, configuration, installation & support of all active network equipment connecting remote Navy bases (MAN & WAN) to the centralized dispatch automation system.

  • SPAWAR SYSTEMS CENTER – San Diego, CA December 2007 – Present: Naval Base Ventura County (Intrusion Detection Network)

    • SPAWAR PACIFC contractor responsible for IP connectivity of security system equipment throughout Port Hueneme, PHD & Point Mugu Naval Bases.
    • Duties include design, configuration, installation & support of all active network equipment residing on an application-specific Intrusion Detection Network infrastructure for NBVC.

    • Architecture includes LAN, MAN and WAN connections between three (3) metropolitan base locations primarily utilizing existing copper twisted-pair infrastructure locally within each campus and interfacing with an OC3 & OC12 for base to base communication.

  • HARRIS CORPORATION – Melbourne, FL April 2006 – Present: 10 Campus Locations – MAN & WAN (Intrusion Detection & Video Surveillance System Networks)

    • Responsible for connecting a new IP-based Intrusion Detection & Video Systems throughout 10 locations in Brevard County, Florida.

    • Designed and integrated an advanced KVMA-over-IP solution for a new Security Operations Center on Harris’ Palm Bay Campus which successfully removed all computer workstations from the SOC room – significantly lowering HVAC requirements – and gave operators the flexibility to push and pull computer screens to and from any monitor in the room.

    • Duties include design, configuration, installation and support of all active network equipment on these application-specific Security & Video System Networks.

    • Architecture includes LAN, MAN & WAN connections utilizing fiber, twisted-pair copper and an existing Corporate MAN infrastructure in a completely fault-tolerant “self-healing” network environment with a mandatory 24 x 7 uptime.

  • CLIMATEC BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES – Universal City, CA Dec 2011 – Present: Universal CityWalk & Studio Lower Lot (Video Surveillance System Network)

    • Contracted by Climatec to design, install and support a new autonomous Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) for the surveillance systems covering Universal CityWalk and the adjacent Studio Lower Lot in Universal City, California.

    • Duties include design, configuration and installation of new systems locally and on NBCUniversal properties across the country as well as ongoing support of all active network equipment and Pivot3 storage arrays on the local MAN infrastructure 24 x 7 x 365.

    • Responsibilities include network Firewall design, configuration and support for secure remote access by key personnel and mobile application connectivity for remote video viewing.

    • Key system functions include secure connectivity from NBCUniversal corporate subnets for access to video surveillance footage from workstations on the end user’s network infrastructure.

  • SIMPLEXGRINNELL – Honolulu, HI Dec 2012 – Present Hawaiian Airlines Security System Upgrade (Access Control & Video Surveillance System Network)

    • Contracted by SimplexGrinnell to design, install and support an autonomous network for the new Access Control and Video Surveillance systems for Hawaiian Airlines.

    • Designed and integrated an advanced KVMA-over-IP solution for the Honolulu Command Center on the HNL Airport Campus which successfully removed all security system computer workstations from the HCC room – significantly lowering HVAC requirements – and gave operators the flexibility to push and pull computer screens to and from any one of the 105 monitors in the room.

    • Duties include design, configuration and installation of new systems at all Hawaiian Airlines locations throughout the world and ongoing support of all active network equipment and Pivot3 storage arrays on this LAN, MAN and WAN infrastructure.

    • Responsibilities include network Firewall design, configuration and support for secure remote access by key personnel and mobile application connectivity for remote video viewing.

    • Key system functions include secure connectivity from Hawaiian Airlines corporate subnets for access required to manage their Access Control System and view video surveillance footage from workstations on the end user’s network infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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