Over a decade ago, there were thousands of disparate IT networks across the Navy and Marine Corps. As a result, purchasing, connectivity and security were huge challenges. But in the year 2000, the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) came to be. HP, along with the Navy and Marine Corps, built NMCI into the largest, most secure intranet in the world—a massive transformation effort.
NMCI is the first-of-its-kind – a unified, flexible and functional IT platform. It is credited with helping the Department of the Navy (DON) move to net-centric operations and a stable, flexible, cost-effective and secure IT platform for more than 700,000 Sailors, Marines and civilians in the continental United States, Hawaii and Japan.
Check out this video for more information on NMCI, and how it helped sustain mission critical capability through challenges such as 9/11 Pentagon reconstruction, hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the 2004 tsunami and more.
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