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FBI activates Trilogy network

The FBI on Jan. 27 began deploying the WAN that will support its Trilogy classified case management system, a bureau official said. The Ethernet TCP/IP network is intended to replace the agency’s existing token-ring network and to connect about 700 sites by the end of March, the official said. The network will operate at speeds of 1.544 Mbps or faster, the official said, using commercial bandwidth. As the bureau deploys the network, it will activate an enterprise operations center to control the network and monitor its operation. The control center will be located in Washington, with backup facilities elsewhere, the official said. Full Story

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