Centurum provides network engineering support for Navy and Joint Forces fixed and distributed network infrastructures. We install, troubleshoot, and maintain desktop images and area networks; assess the impact of evolving technologies on existing infrastructures; and manage, schedule, and configure Government information distribution and testing resources.
Our Network Engineering Support Services experience includes:
- Designing, installing, integrating, and testing fixed-plant and “downrange” networks, switches, routers, and patch panels.
- Evaluating, installing, and updating computer desktop and lap-top images and operating systems and Cisco, Juniper, and Nortel routers, firewalls, and switches.
- Installing Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) and operating system patches.
- Employing SolarWinds Orion NPM software to manage and monitor network operations and performance.
- Developing the integration design documentation and Interface Design Requirements for the relocation of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Services (DATMS) and Global Information Grid (GIG) core equipment at Naval Computer and Telecommunication Station (NCTS) Bahrain.
- Providing Computer Network Defense – Service Provider (CND-SP) engineering, technical, and analysis services to monitor network Intrusion Prevent/Intrusion Detection System, incident response and event management.
- Designing and integrating upgrades to key GIG component enclaves to implement a theater virtualization architecture within the Combined Joint Operations Area – Afghanistan (CJOA-A); enclaves included Non-classified Internet Protocol (IP) Router Network (NIPRNET), Secret IP Router Network (SIPRNET), and the Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System (CENTRIXS).
- Assessing the impact of proposed unclassified and classified garrison and deployed network solutions, to include Cloud, Cellular Long-term Evolution (LTE) Network-in-a-Box, and Warfighter Internet-Tactical (WIN-T) systems.