with a 5-year GSA SATCOM II Contract, to provide satellite services,
applications, engineering and support to government agencies. Under this
contract, Satellite Communication Systems, will provide extended
offering for Service Type I - FSS, offering SCPC connectivity and
Broadband Network Connected service for North America, Central America,
the Caribbean, South America and Africa; with access to PAS-1R, PAS-3,
AMC4, SATMEX-5 & INTELSAT-705 Satellites.
a 5 year contract to operate the US Naval Base communication services in
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba starting January 2005. SCSI's winning bid reduced
the per-minute rate of long distance calls by nearly 84%. In addition to
post-paid and pre-paid voice services, SCSI provides cellular service
and broadband wireless and wireline dialup, DSL Internet access
"The most important thing is the quality of life an dgiving
everybody the opportunity and the ability to call home and talk to the
folks at a cheaper cost. [SCSI] is certainly providing a lot in service
and a couple of unique things here that we haven't had before." Capt.
Less McCoy, GTMO Commanding Officer. Guantanamo Bay Gazette, Vol.62,
MEVA PROJECT in 1996 by the ICAO (International Civil Aviation
Organization - United Nation Chartered), which provides communication
between Air Traffic Control Facilities throughout North and South
America. The MEVA project ensures passenger safety through
communications services delivered by SCSI. SCSI was chosen as the
supplier by ICAO after a thorough assessment of the SCSI SCPC DAMA
platform. SCSI received this award after consideration of the proposals
from other worldwide telecommunications suppliers.
of United States Department of Defense network from GTE Government
Systems. This network consists of over 40 large satellite earth stations
in the United States with active contracts into the 21st century. The
department of defense cleared SCSI as an approved purchaser of the
network and associated contracts.
an international digital services network for the Panama Canal
Commission (PCC) in Balboa, Republic of Panama. The network links the
PCC in Panama via voice/fax/data with the Federal Telephone System 2000
and via voice/fax/extended LAN with the PCC Headquarters in New Orleans,
LA. The network is comprised of an earth station on PCC premises in
Panama, multiplexed satellite link via PanAmSat to International
Teleport, Inc. in North Miami extended telephone lines into the FTS 2000
network, dedicated 56 Kbps service from Miami, FL to New Orleans, LA.
redundant 1000 watt Ku-band uplink for the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) in Cambridge, Massachusetts which included 450
modems and in excess of 200 circuits utilizing multiplexers. This
project enabled the FAA to tie together, via satellite, all of the air
traffic control centers in the continental US and Alaska. With the
correlation of this information the FAA is able to determine real time
locations of all aircraft control.
integrated and installed a high speed data network utilized by the US
Air Force for connecting nodes to the Cray II supercomputer. This
network allows scientists at the Department of Energy to access the
computer from various locations to conduct experiments requiring