Wyle Information Systems implemented a Dynamic VPN based network for Department of Labor (DOL) Job Corps. The advantage of the Dynamic VPN model is the use of low-cost Internet circuits for transport with the flexibility of establishing site-to-site VPN tunnels without involving the service provider. The majority of Job Corps centers were provisioned with three Internet T1s and up to six VPN tunnels divided between two different routers. The configuration proved very stable and saved the government a significant amount of money in telecommunications services costs.
Network Analysis and Design in support of the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) includes feasibility studies, network design planning, assessing geographic impacts, reviewing business operations, requirements analysis (including data rates and latency), modeling, telecommunication systems impacts, and capacity planning. Topological Design includes Switch/Router positioning, capacity assignment, flow assignment and dynamic routing and multi-layering. Wyle staff also evaluate interactions and dependencies between the network and its users, applications, and devices.
Wyle provides network performance management, including network diagnostics, troubleshooting, re-use and re-engineering evaluations, technology evolution, upgrades, and enhancements. Seasoned and experienced engineers support LAN, WAN, MAN, RAN Environments, Voice, Data and Video, TCP/IP, IGRP, Ethernet, VPN, ISDN, FDDI, Frame Relay, ATM, and SONET. Staff evaluate and administer security architectures, firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection systems as well as hardware installations, routers, switches, hubs, circuits, circuit provisioning, IP design, switch configuration and subnets/segments.
For the Census Bureau, Wyle staff provides engineering and operations and maintenance (O&M) Support for more than 500 Cisco routers and switches ranging from Cisco 3560 to 6500 series components. These devices configured with more than 50 circuits and two internet provider links support assets and services at two data centers, 12 Regional Offices and 12 Regional Computing Centers in addition to three call centers. The Wyle team also engineers and supports the load balancing infrastructure via 28 5F load balances supporting 30-40 core Census applications and a user base of more than 10,000.