System Integration is the process of integrating all the physical and virtual components of an organisation’s system. The physical components consist of the various machine systems, computer hardware, inventory, etc. The virtual components consists of data stored in databases, software and applications.
Bringing together the component sub-systems into one system
System Integration refers to the process by which multiple individual subsystems or sub-components are combined into one all-encompassing larger system thereby allowing the subsystems to function together.
In other words, the symbiosis created through system integration allows the main system to achieve the overarching functionality required by the organisation.
Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO)
Today, CTBTO and the international partnership Hughes Networks signed a $70 million contract to establish the global communications infrastructure for verifying compliance with the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT).
“The contract is a milestone in the task of establishing the global verification regime envisioned by the Treaty” said the Executive Secretary of CTBTO PrepCom, Wolfgang Hoffmann, at today´s signing ceremony, three days before the second anniversary of the Treaty´s adoption.
For the next 10 years, the international partnership will provide turnkey services covering the design, installation, management, operation and maintenance of a complex global network of very small aperture satellite terminals (VSAT). These will ensure the swift and secure transport of data between 337 worldwide monitoring facilities, the International Data Centre at Vienna and the Treaty´s signatory States (currently 150).
The global VSAT network will link monitoring stations from Antarctica to Greenland, and in places as far apart as, for instance, the Galapagos Islands, Dar es Salaam, Chittagong and Okinawa. Most of the stations are in remote locations often exposed to extreme temperatures and severe weather conditions. The network will have to provide effective error-free transport of up to 11.4 gigabytes of data daily within five seconds of detecting and processing signals from events. It will also have to operate for 99.5 per cent of the time over 365 days a year and be capable of functioning in temperatures between -40 and 60 degrees Celsius and during wind speeds of up to 100 kilometers an hour. The network will deploy the latest communications technology and will itself be continuously monitored and adjusted to ensure continuous high performance and protection from unauthorized access.
IPX was one of the top Systems Integrators for Northrop Grumman.
IPX won top systems integrator from Northrop and competed with over 3000 Northrop Contractors.
The Blue Force Tracking FBCB2 network is a digital command-and-control system that provides battle command and situational awareness information from brigade down to the soldier/platform level using GPS navigation signals and communication satellites.
The FBCB2 system, built by Northrop Grumman’s Mission Systems sector, relays information to users who can view regularly updated troop positions on screens in their vehicles and differentiate between friendly and enemy forces. The system also provides for the delivery of messages and other types of information to ground vehicles including tanks, armored personnel carriers, and infantry fighting vehicles, as well as U.S. Army rotary wing aircraft.
US Army Blue Force Tracker System
Nortroop Grumman / Comtech / Viasat
IPX has been a major solution and services provider for Northrop and Comtech.
IPX has installed and maintained the US Army Blue Force Tracking System since 2008.
IPX has provided systems integration and installation efforts for the Blue Force Tracking Network.
IPX maintains the highest levels of UN Military and Government monthly support and 24x7x365 turnkey services covering the installations.
2022 – IPXCOM Network Operations Center support personnel install and support equipment for a 99.99% uptime for the US Army Blue Force Tracking Network.
IPXCOM has engineers that support the US Military Bases in the USA and Pacific Regions.
There is no denying the facts that Lagos state is setting the pace for other states in Nigeria to follow in several ways.
Part of the changes is the improvement in security awareness and control in the states.
In addition to this, the Lagos State 767 emergency management in partnership with the Nigerian State Police recently published some numbers for prompt responses to security issues and emergencies in Lagos state.
IPXCOM has supported the Lagos State 767 Emergency Network for 10 Years.
IPX teams travelled to Lagos and installed these systems. In the span of 10 years, with the leadership of local IPX partners, and local support and call center agents, with sales and support from IPX Systems Integration teams, the 767 Center was never down!!!
The Lagos State 767 Call Center serviced over 50 million calls per year.
IPXCOM sold and installed to our local partners, Altigen’s Call Center Products.
Why IPX & Altigen
Fully Integrated Windows, MS Server Solutions, SQL Server, VMware and Hyper V implementations.
IPX Installs Lagos State Data Center Servers and Security Equipment
Built on Microsoft Technologies
Our apps are built on the Microsoft Bot Framework, utilize the Graph APIs, leverage Cognitive Services, and are deployed in Office 365.
IPX End-to-End Support
IPX manages the entire process from initial planning through deployment, training, and support for partners and customers.
Vivo Energy, the company that distributes and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants to retail and commercial customers in Africa, from 2400 service stations. Vivo purchases Altigen Call Center Software for 17 global centers for Vivo Shell HQ locations from IPXCOM.
IPX the Winner of $20M BTOP Fiber Supply Contract with Howard County
IPX, a small business enterprise, whose team is proven to deliver quick turnaround times, flexibility and good business practices, with direct experience working with large Fortune 100 and Government Prime Contractors.
IPX Opens a 50,000 sq foot facility for the supply and logistics of 1300 mile of fiber.
Anixter and SAP
IPX provides state of the art Anixter and SAP Technology for Supply Chain Management. It uses the strengths of Program Management, Subject Matter Expertise for Fiber and Cabling, Advanced Software Integration and Computer Technology utilized over the last 30 years of IPX founder’s experience.
IPX Value Add Services
The IPX approach is tailored to the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (ICBN). It provides for the efficient forward and reverse flow and storage of materials between suppliers and end users. We understand the products, specifications, and how logistics interfaces with the construction process. Unlike traditional “supplier only” companies, we provide an additional level of engineering expertise and project management. This expertise reduces the potential for logistics delay and impact to the ICBN construction.
President OBAMA passes The Recovery Act appropriated $4.7 billion for NTIA to establish BTOP to increase broadband access and adoption; provide broadband training and support to schools, libraries, healthcare providers, and other organizations; improve broadband access to public safety agencies stimulate demand for broadband.
Federal, state and local officials gathered in an Elkridge industrial park Monday morning to mark the opening of a key IPX Fiber Supply Hub for the Central Maryland portion of a $158 million statewide broadband network designed to link localities via fiber-optic cable.
The Inter-County Broadband Network is a $93 million segment of the larger project and will connect 715 schools, colleges, hospitals, public safety facilities and libraries in 10 Central Maryland localities with 1,300 miles of new cable. It includes Baltimore City and Annapolis, plus Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
“This is one of the most important things we can do for the Maryland economy,” U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski said, referring both to the estimated 1,800 construction jobs involved and the opportunities for private economic growth. Mikulski compared the significance of the hub’s opening — which will supply materials for the 1,300 miles of cable that must be laid by Sept. 1, 2013 — to an earlier moment in Maryland history. “This is the same power and the same impact as when the great B&O Railroad left Baltimore and headed west, one rail and one track at a time,” she said earlier.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, who organized the campaign to get the federal money and hosted the meetings, said estimates show that governments will save $28 million a year — money that would have been paid to telecommunications companies such as Verizon for government telephone and computer services.
Maryland, said Ulman and Lawrence Strickling, administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, is the only state in the nation to organize a broadband program using the federal money to link every one of its 24 jurisdictions. The statewide program is called the One Maryland Broadband Network. Gov. Martin O’Malley, just back from a trade mission to Asia, said the government role in building broadband is important for another reason. “The private sector by itself cannot do that,” he said. “Our job is to usher in the modern era.“
The warehouse is run by IPX of Rockville, which operates communications systems in Africa and the Middle East.