This project is a VoIP upgrade from an existing TDM DICES system in operation at Offutt AFB Global Operations Center (GOC) since 2006. This TDM system was certified for multi-level operation by DISA and USAF. It provided an innovative design for the command center operators that allowed integration of secure telephone and internet audio directly into the user station via rear panel isolated interface ports. This design provided the operators the ability to monitor and transmit on these external audio sources from a..
Santa Maria-Bonita School District - Fairlawn Elementary Fire Alarm & Intercom Replacement
Total replacement of fire alarm and Bell/PA/Intercom system for Fairlawn Elementary School located in Santa Maria, CA.
Campus Center - Cuesta College, North County
Located on the Paso Robles Campus, the 43,000 square foot, two-story facility houses student services like admissions and records, counseling, financial aid, student life and leadership, health center, bookstore and a cafeteria.
Santa Maria-Bonita School District - E-Rate Wireless Technology Network Upgrade
Total replacement of all existing network (wired and wireless) infrastructure equipment. Project consisted of (15) elementary schools, (4) junior high schools, the Maintenance and Operations Building and the District Office.
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC)
The initial system award was to replace an outdated IP system for access to NASA audio assets by remote NASA personnel, researchers, scientists and partner nation personnel involved with the International Space Station (ISS). Included in this access were joint audio channels for significant launch and Station operations and experiments along with the control of the critical radio link direct to the ISS. Prior trials with NASA personnel had provided significant validation of DICES VoIP and the competitive bid process..
US Army White Sands Missile Range (WSMR)
WSMR is a physically large (>4000 square miles) and technically distributed test and simulation environment with multiple mission support as typical operating condition. Voice communications were provided by multiple out-of-date systems that were increasingly difficult to maintain and interface together. A large project was completed in 2010 that provided a robust, high-bandwidth IP backbone across the entire Range and a decision was made to use this network to replace the old voice systems with an IP-based solution.
Community Health Centers of the Central Coast
A brand-new Health Center offering Primary Care, Pediatrics, Dental, Behavioral Health and Chiropractic services to the community on the Central Coast. This new facility was built from the ground up.
Golden Inn & Village - HACSB
Located in Santa Ynez, California, this 150-unit complex was built for low-income seniors to reside in a comfortable, supportive environment that meets the needs as they age. Quintron Systems provided an enterprise class surveillance system that provides coverage of the entire complex, providing visibility for the staff running and maintaining this development.