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).
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 12-year-old girl died a day after she was shot while she was inside her Hempstead home on Friday evening, Nassau County police said.Officers responded to a 911 call at a Dartmouth Street home, where they found the victim, Dejah Joyner, suffering from a gunshot wound at 5 p.m., police said.The victim was taken to a local hospital, where she is listed in grave condition. She died Saturday.Homicide Squad detectives determined that a single gunshot was fired from the street and struck the child while she was in her living room, police said.Police are offering a $75,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. read more