Subject Matter Expert's focused in the C5 space

Working with an MRE box for a table and sitting on gravel floors in a tent to build a Data Center environment is just another day at the office for the Byteworks team. Installing a Wireless Point to Point Link (WPPL) at Khan Neshin Castle on a 20’ mast without a ladder watching nearby goat herders in the distance. Designing and implementing a network infrastructure capable of supporting 27,000 users out of shipping containers in 110 degree heat (in a war zone). All of these, absolutely true. Astonishing solutions in seemingly ridiculous technical expertise to logically follow the appropriate vector, complex challenges will meet an elegant solution every time.

From Ethiopia to Germany, Afghanistan to DC, Byteworks has had the privilege of supporting our nations warfighter throughout some very arduous times. Hungry for a challenge, Byteworks has often taken on the responsibility that others are unwilling to. It is this desire to serve our country and test our mettle that has afforded the many unique and exciting opportunities shaping Byteworks, even today.

Subject Matter Expert's focused in the C5 space

Working with an MRE box for a table and sitting on gravel floors in a tent to build a Data Center environment is just another day at the office for the Byteworks team. Installing a Wireless Point to Point Link (WPPL) at Khan Neshin Castle on a 20’ mast without a ladder watching nearby goat herders in the distance. Designing and implementing a network infrastructure capable of supporting 27,000 users out of shipping containers in 110 degree heat (in a war zone). All of these, absolutely true. Astonishing solutions in seemingly ridiculous technical expertise to logically follow the appropriate vector, complex challenges will meet an elegant solution every time.

From Ethiopia to Germany, Afghanistan to DC, Byteworks has had the privilege of supporting our nations warfighter throughout some very arduous times. Hungry for a challenge, Byteworks has often taken on the responsibility that others are unwilling to. It is this desire to serve our country and test our mettle that has afforded the many unique and exciting opportunities shaping Byteworks, even today.

Commercialization

Network efficiency and planned scalability built around unit and mission needs. A cost-effective, long-term network evolution with a decreased manpower requirement and increased depth of knowledge. A Hub Node, Help Desk or SME's, when planned and used properly, are effective force multipliers.

  • Enterprise Architect
  • Software Architect
  • Storage Engineer
  • Application Engineer
  • Satellite Engineer
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Voice Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Systems Administrator
  • Information Assurance Technician
  • Information Assurance Technician
  • Database Administrator
  • VSAT Technician
  • VSAT Operator
  • Help Desk
  • OSP/ISP

Engineering Services

Avionics, biometrics, BlackBerry, Sharepoint, Outlook, Exchange and cyber operations. NIPR, SIPR, JWICS, and JIANT. Random technologies and acronyms are part of life for the network planners, operators, technicians and specialists within the armed forces. Fort Gordon and 29 Palms prepare communicators for many aspects they will face once in the fleet. Unfortunately, advances in technology move so quickly, it becomes cost prohibitive to teach every advance within each field. Engineering derived from years of expertise in multiple disciplines allows Byteworks to mesh operational vision to current mission op-tempo and requirement against the budget to develop a solution that provides multi-year cost-effective solutions that cover the needs and wants of the technology evolution.

  • Engineering on demand
  • Full-time on-site employee

Technology Extension

How do we introduce advanced technology into an infrastructure reliant on legacy software or applications? How do we integrate cutting-edge software when the budget doesn’t allow hardware upgrades for two more years? Understanding mission impact and the need to be dutiful to the women and men serving in critical offices that may be impacted is the most significant challenge, but it doesn't have to paralyze the unit. What is needed are big brains with operational experience understanding the line between need vs. want, cost vs. return, and budgetary allowance. At Byteworks, we focus on long-term objectives to implement a gradual and realistic plan that will provide expected results in an impressive and cost-effective manner. Our team of experts is ready to go when you are. Here are some of the ways we can help:

  • Technology adoption and integration
  • What’s the near and long-term intent?
  • Ability to interpret nuances within needs vs. wants
  • Strategic technology advancement consulting
  • Cybersecurity consulting and assistance
  • Private and secure cloud migration
  • Data interoperability and integration
  • Mission understanding
  • Legacy capability preservation
  • Best practice implementation

What We Are Doing

USMC Commercialization

Organization: US Marine Corps, Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan

Overview: Camp Leatherneck was developed for the United States Marine Corps to stage and deploy combat assets within the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand.  As the mission evolved, the manning requirements significantly increased and Camp Leatherneck was transitioned from a tactical deployment to a strategic base and needed a “commercialized IT infrastructure.

Need: The Primary Contractor required specific and advanced expertise to design, implement and manage the NetApp storage solution for a network expansion pushing storage capabilities to support nearly 26,000 users.

Benefits: Secure data storage providing a highly available private data cloud with complex data and account backup and recovery options.

NRTIO

Organization: Army Research Lab (ARL); Army Material Command

Overview: NRTIO (Near Real Time Identity Operations) is a Joint Emerging Operational Need (JEON) to provide USCENTCOM shared biometric data for the purpose of increasing force protection in support of Operation Inherit Resolve as well as stem the flow of foreign fighters and mitigate the threat from IED’s.

Need: The primary contractor required advanced architecture and design support to develop the infrastructure for data capture, review and storage.

Benefits: Provide forward deployed service members the capability to upload near real time biometric data through Tactical Satellite Communications as well as receive near real time collaboration and data correlation through a web based exploitation and analysis portal.

DISA

Organization: US Army; DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency)

Overview: Enterprise modernization for one of the DISA hub facilities in the mid-west.

Need: The Primary Contractor had limited experience with fulfilling an Enterprise Modernization project with a target of providing cutting-edge capabilities for up to 15 years.  Byteworks has experience providing cost savings through the phased integration of both technology and budget.

Benefits: Extremely forward thinking Enterprise level technology modernization with a focus on expanded user capabilities, long-term functionality and cost-effective decisions.

 

SNAP

Organization: US Army; Program Manager Tactical Network (previously, Warrior Information Network/Tactical)

Overview: SNAP (SIPR/NIPR Access Point) provides SIPR and NIPR access to deployed United States military units via satellite communications (SATCOM) and a series of networked hubs across the globe.

Need: Supporting day to day operations, maintenance, and troubleshooting of both network and satellite communications systems

Benefits: Highly determined and technical support engineers capable of supporting the full SNAP mission requirements with the motivation to go well beyond.

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