On time, on budget delivery of advanced network infrastructures for DHA USAMITC customers demonstrates PacStar’s commitment to customer satisfaction
Portland, OR — November 18, 2014 – PacStar®, a leading developer and supplier of advanced communications solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), today announced the completion of the first phases of wired and wireless LAN installation at two large US Army Medical Centers, at Irwin Army Community Hospital, Ft. Riley Kansas, and Martin Army Community Hospital, Ft. Benning Georgia.
PacStar was tasked with site surveys, procuring, staging, installation, turn-up and configuration of hundreds of Aruba Networks® wireless access points, Brocade® network switches, and APC® uninterruptable power supplies – completing the projects on time and on budget. Martin Army Community Hospital at Ft. Benning is the first DoD hospital with 802.11ac wireless deployed.
“We are proud of the accomplishments of our highly-certified engineering teams that do what it takes to meet our customer’s needs on the ground,” said Peggy Miller, chief operating and chief financial officer of PacStar. “They understand what it takes to deliver and integrate advanced technical solutions to large US DoD facilities.”
PacStar’s longstanding relationship with Aruba Networks and its expertise in Aruba’s secure Wi-Fi solutions enabled the team to deliver exceptional value to the customer while providing the complete service the US DoD expects when undertaking large IT deployments. “PacStar continues to demonstrate why they are a go-to partner for Aruba Networks’ federal business. With experienced wireless engineers and program managers, they ensure our Federal customers receive the full benefits of our advanced technologies,” said Jay Hatch, vice president of federal for Aruba Networks.
“PacStar’s decade-long experience with delivering Brocade solutions to the DoD facilities ensured an issue-free build-out, consistent with Brocade’s mission of providing reliable, high-performance network solutions that help the world’s leading organizations transition smoothly to a world where applications and information reside anywhere.” said Jimmie Adkins, Brocade’s federal director for defense health agencies and COCOMS.