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The company is a trusted integrator to the Utility, Oil and Gas, Government, Defence and Telecommunications sectors with the regional and domain experience to deliver technically innovative and complex projects. Technology Partners focuses on very large scale telecommunications and network infrastructure, applications and services which are designed, deployed and supported by our highly skilled technical and management team.
TP routinely delivers sophisticated satellite communications, fibre backbone and fibre-to-the-premises FTTP data systems, large-scale voice and data converged networks, metro-scale wireless networks and other network infrastructure components for the utility, telecommunications, oil and gas, defence and public sectors.
A full range of services including software and hardware design and integration, application development, maintenance and ongoing support, operation and maintenance services completes our solutions.
A complete range of Digital Oil Field solutions for the Oil and Gas industry includes real time SCADA communications covering wellhead and downstream process control, and field camp life support and security.
Our Government and Defence solutions cover all types of eGovernment, Electronic Content Management ECM systems, telecommunications infrastructure, and Security Solutions ranging from integrated perimeter security ground radar, sensors, thermal imaging and video surveillance to access control and video analytics. This facility allows us the flexibility to procure, import, assemble and pre-commission key components prior to shipping and final in-country system integration.
We are able to offer both in-country and out-of-country accreditation training for many of these companies. Our Iraqi employee base consists entirely of Iraqi nationals who are all able to operate throughout the country. This unique capability is illustrated by the breadth and scope of our list of reference projects. Formed in , Technology Partners has been focused on delivering the MENA region's most complex telecommunications and Smart Grid infrastructure and services projects.
The company started as a professional consultancy offering international start-ups a foothold in the Middle East.
In , the company expanded to take an active role in the reconstruction of critical IT and telecommunications infrastructure in the country of Iraq to help facilitate its progression into a new era of economic and social freedom. Technology Partners delivers complete, next generation solutions by integrating these products with the best technical, deployment, support and maintenance expertise. Our aim is to continuously meet the expectations of our customers, employees and stakeholders by providing quality, timely and cost effective value-added solutions from world-class vendors, through excellent service delivered by highly trained and motivated people.
Our Success is measured by our ability to create a portfolio of unique and high value-add solutions that appeal to a broad, regional market; complete solutions capable of changing established business models. Technology Partners must continue to implement these solutions reliably with high levels of expertise and professionalism, and our focus on customer satisfaction delivers a competency based trust that turns customers into long term, referencable accounts.
Our Values. Flexibility, integrity, teamwork and innovation. Our People. At Technology Partners, we take enormous pride in the depth of experience within our team in a wide range of subject matters. TP stands by the quality of its projects, and works to internationally approved procedures, health and safety and quality standards. Utility Smart Grid. Smart Grid technology delivers proven efficiency enhancements by matching hourly demand cycles with appropriate real time response across the entire electricity supply chain.
Government and Defence. These solutions have been created by the emergence of IP appliances, such as IP video cameras, parking meters, and traffic control devices, and converged municipal-scale fibre and wireless networking technology. Digital City applications can now be implemented on a truly metro scale, and are becoming increasingly important components of the rapidly expanding Middle East infrastructure. Our security solutions extend from municipal video surveillance to sophisticated perimeter protection of sensitive areas utilizing integrated ground radar, activity-triggered sensors, thermal imagers and video analytics, provided, if required, through its US ITAR-registered subsidiary, TP Federal Systems.
This infrastructure invariably requires a multi-layered, multi- technology, converged network approach that encompasses fibre and copper cabling, WiFi, WiMAX and microwave wireless technologies, and high capacity VSAT and fibre backhaul.
The Telecommunications industry continues to grow at a rapid rate in the Middle East. Deregulation in the telecommunications market, where second and third GSM licenses are being awarded, is providing many business opportunities for Technology Partners. Technology Partners is proud of the partnership portfolio which allows flexibility in design and fast turnarounds.
The scope of work includes structured cabling, wireless networking, switching, security and telephony. The project includes 1 two year Preventive Maintenance contract. The project included the supply of Cisco network infrastructure, VSAT service, a Polycom video conferencing system, supporting Dell servers and storage, a Checkpoint firewall, Tropos Wifi infrastructure, and a Systimax structured cabling solution.
It also includes an ongoing 8x5 on-site support contract. Ministry applications supported include a centralised, redundant Internet service, and Ministry-wide IP telephony with unified communications.
This system has also been designed to support backbone communications for the multi-site ERP applicationsl. The main application for this network is near real time Automated Metering Infrastructure AMI for electricity and water meters.
This solution is utilising several thousand Tropos wireless mesh routers to provide ubiquitous WiFi connectivity for hundreds of thousands of utility meters and data collection devices. The mesh network is supported by a redundant, multi-gigabit fibre infrastructure. Like the hundreds of other Tropos deployments around the world, the WiFi infrastructure is inherently multi-use, and readily and securely supports a number of additional utility and municipal-scale applications.
Those implemented to date include SCADA control for electrical sub-stations, water and sewage infrastructure. Other applications being considered include mobile workforce automation and Internet access for residents and businesses.
When completed, this wireless deployment will provide over 4, sq. Technology Partners subcontracted to Raytheon for the deployment. The link delivers E1 voice channels for the Cisco Communication Manager server. The project also includes a microwave redundant link in addition to the fiber network. Basra Airport is now equipped with the latest IP platform to support a full range of triple play services. The scope of work included design and installation of voice and data network in sixty sites located throughout Iraq.
Technology Partners, as the main subcontractor to Bechtel, delivered the design, procurement, installation, testing, and commissioning services for this project on a complete turnkey basis.
The design included deploying a fiber optic core with Cisco switches and routers to more than 40 sites. The project was completed in This network included application servers, a cluster storage system, desktops and laptops, and Cisco network infrastructure with VSAT backhaul. The network serves the internal users of the commission as well as external users applying for RF licenses and web domain registration for DOT IQ.
Technology Partners was responsible for the entire automation update programme including system design, and the supply, and deployment of all network and computer equipment, including core Cisco switches, HP servers, IP phones and nearly desktops and laptops. Inte The contract included conducting a site survey, install the concrete foundation, assemble the antenna parts, test and help commissioning the service.
This project lasted 1 month and was completed in February The earth station was damaged during the war and was part of the Iraq Reconstruction Program. The ArabSat consortium provides voice communications between all member states. The system utilizes compression techniques to convert the forty trunk circuits to ten bearer circuits.
The bearer circuits are then connected to a microwave system for transmission from the customer demarcation location to the earth station. This project was completed in August The scope of work included an LHS billing and customer care system running on the latest Sun platform, with interfaces to more than remote exchange offices.
TP was also responsible for the supply and installation of Xerox and Pitney Bowes production printing and enveloping machines. The project included a state-of-the-art sq. The network components included 2x Cisco E core switches, x Cisco routers for remote sites and 14 x for provincial operations. The initial project was completed in 18 months.
Siemens undertook an evaluation of LHS system integrators in the market place and selected Technology Partners. The scope of work included billing and customer care integration, subscriber migration as well as custom functionality related to interfacing with the Siemens IN platform.
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Interlocking armor can be installed like any fiber optic cable installation; however, there are some extra steps when preparing the cable for the installation: Installation of Wire Mesh Pulling Grips In Preparation to Install CommScope Interlocking Armored Single Unit Fiber Cable Step 1: Step 3: Determine the correct size wire mesh pulling Insert the cable and armor into the wire mesh grip. Caution: too large a grip will slip on the pulling grip. Bring the core cable out of the armor, too small will be very difficult to install. A Step 4: Continue to insert the cable and armor into the grip until the tip of the armor is at the point where the cable exits the grip. B Step 5: Step 2: Ring cut the core cable as close to the mesh Mark the outer jacket at 18 to 24 inches from grip as possible, remove the jacket to expose the the open end. Ring cut and split the jacket. B aramid yarn and fibers.
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