Trace offers end-to-end support for networks spanning the entire open systems integration model.

  • Network Engineering
  • Network Administration
  • Routing
  • Switching
  • Integration
  • Optimization
  • Infrastructure
  • Operation & Maintenance

Trace provides high quality, mission assured C4ISR systems, integration, and services supporting the globally deployed end user.  We have a core competency in Networking.

Trace is a leader in the design, integration, configuration, management and maintenance of all aspects of baseband and network infrastructure. We utilize leading edge technologies to enable the enterprise backbone that supports the worldwide C4ISR communications grid.

Trace has expertise on highly secure and multi-national networks including, but not limited to:

  • NIPRNET
  • SIPRNET
  • CENTRIXS / CX-I
  • MNIS
  • JWICS
  • MCF

    In 2012 Trace Engineers were assigned to work on the MCF(Main Control Facility) in Kuwait on Camp Arifjan.  The MCF is a state of the art $50 Million dollar, 20,000 square foot facility serving as the information systems hub of Southwest Asia.  The facility provides over 13,250 RU’s of rack space spread across 9,000 sqft of raised floor.  Trace provided the bulk of the network engineering support and voice support to bring the data center online.  The facility officially came online December 28, 2013, three days ahead of schedule and approximately $3 million dollars under budget.  P2E has stated that this was the most complex project that they have ever completed.

  • In the summer of 2013, Trace Data Center engineers alongside military counterparts to collapse geographically desperate COOP equipment into a new Tech Control Facility (TCF), with reliable facilities. Migrated secondary Data Center and corresponding WAN equipment into new TCF validate failover of routing & switching.  Ensuring high network availability of mission critical services in Regional Command South.

  • Since 2010 Trace BCN Engineers have been paramount to the success of CENTCOM's transport network referred to as the Black Core Network (BCN). By developing a scalable network scheme, a common quality of service policy, and leveraging appropriate technologies (i.e. BGP, MPLS, BFD, OSPF) the BCN has become the primary transport network for over 25 customers and services. This encompasses nearly all mission circuital USFOR-A data within Afghanistan.