From Washington D.C., Virginia and California, to Okinawa Japan, Germany and Hawaii, ENS engineers have provided significant, mission-critical telecommunications services to the U.S. Department of Defense including the Pentagon and the United States Marine Corps. ENS engineers have provided service to federal agencies and entities such as the U.S. Supreme Court, and federal prime contractors such as General Dynamics Armaments and Technical Products, General Dynamics Network Systems, and Northrop Grumman.

Our founding partners bring a combined total of 40 years of data networking experience to the company. Having played a crucial role in the development of the Network-Centric Warfare models presently used by the Pentagon, the US Marine Corps, and other areas of the DoD, these partners are intimately familiar with combat space and combat support infrastructure from theoretical and practical vantage points.

Extensive experience in backbone engineering and troubleshooting as well as the development of edge infrastructure allows us to deliver secure voice, video, and data across a wide variety of platforms and under extremely varied facility, operational, and environmental conditions.

Our solutions revolve around open standards of interoperability suited to the development of joint tactical platforms of communication while keeping the long-term lifecycle of the network in mind.