Government agencies, private enterprises and academic institutions requiring complex, geographically distributed or mission-critical data networking and telecommunications services can now turn to Burlington, VT.-based Eagle Network Solutions (ENS).ENS has served the United States Department of Defense, including the Pentagon Renovation Program, as well as the United States Marine Corps, the United States Supreme Court and various academic and enterprise customers.“Our network of engineers have proven experience working on high-pressure, high-profile projects,” said Tim Banks, managing partner of Eagle Network Solutions. “We have successfully served large government, academic and corporate clients, and are currently focusing our expansion on New England-based corporate entities that require large or extremely complex data networking or telecom solutions.”ENS core competencies include: expertise across networks ranging in size from single buildings and campuses to entire metropolitan areas and multiple regions; generation of technical specifications, network and training documentation, white papers and proposals; consultation on vendor/source selection and supply chain management; expertise in VoIP (Voice over IP), Wireless Infrastructure, ATM and Gigabit Ethernet topologies, among others; and experience in emergency response coordination and disaster recovery planning and support.According to company officials, the firm has partnered with other leading data networking and telecommunications firms, and is pursuing partnerships with others.About Eagle Network SolutionsBurlington, VT.-based Eagle Network Solutions provides complex, geographically distributed or mission-critical data networking and telecommunications services to government agencies, private enterprises and academic institutions.For more information, visit www.eaglenetworksolutions.com(link is external).
PATENTIA/Belle View Under-19 cricket team defeated Zeelugt Cold Fusion in a closely-contested encounter, played on Saturday at the Zeelugt Cricket Club ground.The 30-over fixture saw Cold Fusion batting first and being dismissed for 139 off 24 overs with Mark Mohabir hitting a top score of 44. He was ably supported by Abbas Allie with 21. N. Rajpat took five for 21 for the visitors while Deo Singh ended with four for 15.In reply, Patentia achieved the target in 25.3 overs, losing nine wickets in the process. Skipper Ryan Seecharran led the way with an attacking 27, while man-of-the-match, Rajpat, also starred with the bat, scoring 26.Both teams displayed great potential and camaraderie. The next match is scheduled to be played at the Patentia ground on a date to be announced.The two-team competition, which is organised by Das of Patentia and Boodnarine Persaud of Cold Fusion Cricket Club of Zeelugt ,will be played over five games. read more