WFN Strategies provides telecoms engineering for a number of domestic and international governmental customers. Our governmental clients and other public service organizations worldwide achieve high performance communications in the face of complex challenges, providing a broad range of telecom consulting, technology, system integration, and business services. Our work has significant reach, enhancing the national security, economic well being, and health and safety of citizens around the world. We have provided telecoms support worldwide for government and NGO projects in Antarctica, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and the USA.
WFN Strategies designs, engineers and implements submarine optical cable systems for governmental clients, which have utilized repeatered and unrepeatered technologies, and have been transoceanic, regional, or festoon in scope. We have been involved with all aspects of implementing telecommunications systems and ICT (information and communications technologies) – from feasibility studies through capital budgeting to engineering, purchasing, and installation to commissioning & testing. Our staff has decades of experience in all aspects of worldwide telecoms projects, including the first trans-oceanic fiber systems in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans, as well as the projects for US Department of Defense and Homeland Security, and NATO.
WFN Strategies designs, engineers and implements terrestrial optical cable systems for governmental clients. These cable systems link critical infrastructure for remote application. Our staff designed and implemented some of the first long-haul terrestrial fiber systems in the 1980s, as well as was critical in support to recent governmental systems in Antarctica, including a proposed terrestrial cable link from McMurdo Station to South Pole Station.
WFN Strategies designs, engineers and implements microwave, broadband wireless, land mobile, trunked radio and WiMAX systems for governmental clients. These systems include point-to-point links for remote terrestrial facilities. Our staff designed and implemented long-haul analog microwave radio systems in the 1980s with projects in the Middle East, and worked on the first digital microwave systems for the Bell Operating Companies in North America. Our experience also encompasses planning and implementation of land mobile and trunked radio. Since 2008 we supported and managed the engineering of broadband wireless systems in Antarctica, including a proposed microwave link from McMurdo Station to South Pole Station.