Federal and Local Governments Defence Telecommunication The level of spending in the diverse global defence market has to date been largely unaffected by the global financial downturn with countries that account for the largest share of global defence spending - China, France, the United States and Japan – generally having increased spending or left budgets unchanged. However, the rate of increase in defence spending around the world is expected to slow within the next few years as governments seek to drive cost cutting programmes in the wake of the global financial crisis
 
 

The Digital Age is changing the way we communicate and conduct business. Data & telecommunication plays a vital role in connecting and developing the world’s poorest countries by linking their people and integrating them into the global economy, making global markets more accessible. Increasing social and political pressures are being placed on our data & telecommunication infrastructure to deliver large quantities of data and communications more quickly and economically. Strong1 Brothers Corporation is working with key public, private, and global clients to deliver major data & telecommunication infrastructure projects and solutions to meet this challenge. 
Strong1 Brothers Corporation is also working in partnership with global technology vendors, contractors, and end users to ensure the very best skills and expertise are available to our clients. Strong1 Brothers Corporation has extensive experience and a proven track record in the following areas: • Control and Instrumentation systems, railway signalling, intelligent transportation systems (ITS) • Deploying in excess of 500 telecommunication facilities • Design of major data centres • Development of emergency and risk management software, GIS and CTI applications, databases, and end user software • Development of mission critical Information system solutions for infrastructure applications • ICT systems for energy, mining, industrial, and property applications. 
 
 

Fibre route surveys, land access, and acquisition services, telephones brought voice communication.

While the telephone brought voice communication to our homes nearly 100 years ago, and the television brought the world to our living rooms 50 years ago, broadband will deliver unprecedented speed and access to information, applications, and services which just a decade or so ago would have been the stuff of science fiction.
The social and economic pressures being placed on governments and network operators around the world to deliver high speed broadband services is a once-in-a-generation phenomenon.

 
 

The level of spending in the diverse global defence market has to date been largely unaffected by the global financial downturn with countries that account for the largest share of global defence spending - China, France, the United States and Japan – generally having increased spending or left budgets unchanged. However, the rate of increase in defence spending around the world is expected to slow within the next few years as governments seek to drive cost cutting programmes in the wake of the global financial crisis.