Government networks operate at a scale shared by few organisations. Such scale brings challenges: multiple sites with multiple management interfaces, inflexible architectures, efficient network problem isolation, and adequate service-level delivery across diverse indoor and outdoor environments. Synfocom systems provides the tools to build and manage large-scale networks for government industries as shown in below solutions
Synfocom systems has wireless solutions that meet, and exceed, government wireless requirements. We provide wireless solutions that not only provide the highest level of security protection, but also integrate security encryption at the edge in each Array and AP
Network and telephony solutions
Government agencies are often tasked with balancing the need for an advanced communications system with the reality of diminishing budgets and legacy IT infrastructures. The internal communication is vital for government agencies for its working. Hence we can provide cost effective and reliable IP telephony system for government.
Security and surveillance systems
Synfocom systems advanced security solutions and surveillance systems to strengthen the defence and security for the government. Synfocom can provide high-end security technologies which include bio metrics, surveillance and data encryption systems.
Case Study: MAFFFL
Rocket AC Prism to simplify interference for Mumbai Aviation Fuel Farm Facility.
Mumbai Aviation Fuel Farm Facility Private Limited (MAFFFL) is a joint venture(JVC) compromising of M/s Mumbai International Airport Private Limited (MIAL), M/s Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), M/s Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and M/s Hindustan Petroluem Corporation Limited.
Case Study: INS Valsura
The INS Valsura is a premier training institute for the electric engineers of the Indian Navy, in Jamnagar. The establishment boasts of a rich maritime heritage dating back to pre-independence India of 1942 when the British Navy set up a Torpedo School at Jamnagar on December 15, 1942 and named it Val Sura from the Tamil words Val (Sword) and Surah (Fish).
“The Swordfish was a legendary World War II Torpedo carrying aircraft which was extensively used. History has it that the waters around Jamnagar were home to the swordfish too and hence the name was very apt.