S.D. Based Crown Point Systems awarded contract for up to $47.5 Million to Support the Navy’s Secure Supply Chain IT Requirements S.D. Based Crown Point Systems awarded contract for up to $47.5 Million to Support the Navy’s Secure Supply Chain IT Requirements
S.D. Based Crown Point Systems awarded contract for up to $47.5 Million to Support the Navy’s Secure Supply Chain IT Requirements

S.D. Based Crown Point Systems awarded contract for up to $47.5 Million to Support the Navy’s Secure Supply Chain IT Requirements

San Diego-based Cypher Analytics, doing business as Crown Point Systems, is in line to
receive as much as $47.5 million in awards over five years for electronic equipment, specifically
information communication technology and equipment.

The U.S. Navy announced the award of an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract for the
electrical gear. The Navy will actually buy equipment when it issues task orders against the
contract.

Crown Point Systems could be asked to supply firewalls, intrusion detection systems and
sensors, routers, semiconductor chips and switches, encryptors, hard disk drives, multiplexers
and transceivers, servers, solid state drives, work stations, racks, cabinets, storage area
networks, thin clients, power strips and electrical protection and distribution devices.
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific in San Diego awarded the deal. There were
six bidders; four were selected for awards.

San Diego Business Journal
By Brad Graves