Government Technology Featured Article
November 06, 2012
TrustComm Unveils Federal Government Facility in Quantico
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
TrustComm Inc recently unveiled a federal government offerings facility at the Quantico Corporate Center, Stafford, Va. Protected COMSATCOM solutions are offered to the U.S. Department of Defense by the major small-business, TrustComm. The latest facility will not only act as the organization’s latest executive headquarters, but will also function as a novel, completely redundant, secure network operations center or S-NOC (News - Alert).
For over a decade, TrustComm has been offering services to government and commercial markets via its key teleport operations and S-NOC at the extremely protected Ellington Field Base in Houston.
The organization has further expanded its executive team, thereby extending its services to the U.S. Department of Defense. While Rodrigo Gomez has been appointed as the CTO, Jim Tran is the new chief sales officer. The executive team will also include six more extremely experienced telecom experts.
The recently extended TrustComm team has expertise in special-operations network design, intelligence data collection, exploitation and data analysis, design of back-to-back fixed price network offering, and IT protection. Every member of the team has proficiency in topics related to their field. The members also have U.S. government experience, both directly and indirectly.
In a statement, Bob Roe, CEO, TrustComm said, “Our new Quantico facility, redundant S-NOC and the addition of these skilled executives demonstrate our commitment to becoming one of the preeminent providers of trusted satellite solutions to U.S. defense agencies. These conveniently located facilities will enable us to continue providing unsurpassed levels of customer service, solutions performance and network security. Our new, highly experienced executives have intimate knowledge of the land, maritime and aero markets, making them ideally suited to address the DoD’s strict COMSATCOM specifications.”
Prior to joining TrustComm, Jim Tran was working at Harris CapRock (News - Alert) in Fairfax, Va. as VP, Government Services. Tran has over 16 years of experience in telecom arena. Rodrigo Gomez, with over 15 years of experience in telecom arena, was previously working at Stratos Global Corp. and SES (News - Alert) Americom.
Tran said, “As a small business with large business resources, TrustComm has the agility and flexibility to meet evolving DoD requirements. TrustComm is ideally positioned to maximize budgets and respond quickly to opportunities as a contractor, sub-contractor or partner.”
Edited by Brooke Neuman
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