Hannibal Global provides internetworking architectural design and engineering solutions that are customer driven based on mission requirements, rather than technology focused. Our engineers approach network design from a holistic perspective. Hannibal Global understands that government networks rely heavily on information security, therefore, Information Assurance is always the highest priority in design and engineering. We have experience deploying networks with High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptors (HAIPE) device for protecting various classifications of traffic such as secure voice, video and data.
- Network Infrastructure Design
- Operation & Management
- Cyber Security
- Data Center Consolidation
- Software Defined Networking (SDN)
- Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
- Project Portfolio Management
- Enterprise Solutions Management
- Strategic Planning
- Business Process Re-engineering (BPR)
- Workforce Management
- IV&V Services
- Core Change Analysis/Assessment
- Change Road Map
- Strategic Forecasting
- Change Implementation and Oversight
- Capture and Track Change Metrics
- Impact Analysis
Data Center Consolidation
Legacy data centers are too costly to operate and manage. The increased amount of servers, routers, application licenses, risk of security threats, and power consumption make them unfit for today’s mission critical needs. Hannibal Global provides comprehensive solutions that leverages most advanced and efficient Data Center Virtualization technologies while satisfying the objectives of The Data Center Optimization Initiative.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) and
Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is an evolutionary approach to network design and functionality based on the ability to programmatically modify the behavior of network devices. Hannibal Global provides advanced solutions to help our clients smoothly transition into network architectures that are built on most robust SDN and NFV technologies while increasing agility, efficiency and security aspects of their networks.