Unified Communications (UC)
Far reaching experience for integrating “almost everything” over IP
General Dynamics IT integrates voice, video and data services for delivery across a secure and highly available network to provide increased mission effectiveness to the warfighter and federal civilian customers. Government organizations rely on the assured delivery of voice services, including:
- Web, video and telephone conferencing
- Call centers and directories
- Instant messaging and email to conduct daily business requirements
Unified Communications (UC) reduces costs and provides more seamless communication. General Dynamics IT works with our customers, migrating stand-alone systems to a centralized enterprise voice service through a common platform and architecture.
Next Generation 9-1-1: General Dynamics IT’s Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) solution enables individual jurisdictions, regions or states to easily accept emergency information from a variety of sources and provide first responders with faster, more accurate details to aid in response. The system is one of the first to be compliant with the National Emergency Number Association’s (NENA) i3 architecture standards, which facilitate local and nationwide interoperability. Learn more about our NG9-1-1 work with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Morgan County, Ohio.
U.S. Air Force NETCENTS: General Dynamics IT provides networking equipment/product supply as well as system engineering, installation, integration, operations and maintenance for the Air Force and other DoD agencies supporting the USAF Network-Centric Solutions (NETCENTS) program. NETCENTS is designed as a flexible end-user solution to embrace diverse current and future requirements, ensure interoperability through standards-based technology (using both government-furnished and contractor-furnished equipment) and implement the constant evolution of state-of-the-art technology and system solutions.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) FAVES: General Dynamics IT provides managed services support to the FAA Administrative Voice Enterprise Services (FAVES) program. The FAVES Enterprise Core architecture represents one of the largest scale and widest footprint implementations of a private IP core ever developed. In addition to delivering carrier class scale, quality, reliability and flexibility, the architecture is unique in its ability to self-fund through direct savings in operations, the absence of impact on users and the integration of legacy systems into a centralized environment.