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Wifi Solution for DC Hot Spots - Equipments supplied by Supretech, Inc.

June 30, 2009
District of Columbia Launches First Outdoor Free Wi-fi Hotspot


Today District of Columbia Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and District Interim Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Chris Willey announced the latest addition to the District’s free wireless Internet initiative—an outdoor “hotspot” in the new, improved Eastern Market complex in southeast DC. 


At the direction of Mayor Fenty, the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has already installed over 300 free wi-fi “hotspots” in District government sites throughout the city.

A “hotspot” is a site where anyone with a computer or other device with wi-fi capability can come and browse the Internet for free using the District’s wireless network.  OCTO has installed hotspots in every Ward to provide convenient, citywide wi-fi Internet access for all.


The new Eastern Market hotspot is the first one in an outdoor location.  At Eastern Market, residents and visitors can use the hotspot 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, rather than just during government office hours.  Visitors in the area on a beautiful summer night need not return to their hotels just to use the Internet.  And during the spring, summer, and fall, everyone can enjoy nice weather while browsing the Internet with their laptops and PDAs.


Over the next 12 months, OCTO will launch an additional 200 hotspots in other locations around the city, including public schools and additional outdoor locations.

All of the wi-fi hotspots are open to anyone, and there are no restrictions on what Internet sites users can visit, except at the hotspots in schools.  At these sites, there are limits on access to some Internet sites to protect minors from harm.


To help people get to the hotspots, OCTO has created a simple mapping application that displays all the wi-fi hotspots and information about each hotspot site.  Users can visit, click on any of the hotspot icons on the District map, and see the name and address of the hotspot site, along with a close-up map of its surrounding area and a link to directions from and to their starting point or destination.

“In today’s economy, access to the digital world is vital for the prosperity of individuals and the community,” said Interim CTO Willey.  “We are dedicated to expanding access to technology for all residents and bridging the digital divide.”







2009/2010 SupreTech supplied Motorola MC75XX to Office of Unified Communications (OUC), Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), District Department of Transportation (DDOT), Department of Public Works (DPW)

Mobile Biometric Identification Solution


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 improved law enforcement communications.

Law enforcement communications and police communications are essential assets to the safety and security initiatives in any community.
Advancing police communications allow law enforcement to be more mobile and more rapidly respond to issues. Motorola offers an extensive product line to enhance law enforcement communications with less paperwork and faster, highly reliable performance.





The cost of paper-based citations is high: every year, agencies lose millions of dollars. Illegible handwriting or technical error cause large numbers of tickets to be dismissed. Manual processes require officers to spend more time issuing tickets and generating paperwork – and less time protecting the public.

Motorola’s mobile ticketing solution, known as eCitation, addresses these issues by automating the process. When officers carry a rugged handheld computer with an eCitation solution, a ticket can be easily and accurately issued in record time – often under a minute. Citation information is then sent to headquarters – seamlessly and automatically, letting the officer get back to protecting the public.



2010 SupreTech supplied and deployed Cisco newScale FrontOffice Suite to DC Government Office of The Chief Technology Officer (OCTO)

Description Service portfolio management and IT-business relationship management Self-service request management and automated fulfillment Lifecycle management for service items and workloads Demand management and cost management for IT services
Foundational Elements newScale Service Catalog Foundation™
Service design, configuration, and administration
newScale Service Reporting™
In-depth service measurement, analysis, and key performance indicators
newScale Libraries of Service Catalog Templates
Pre-built, configurable, and re-usable service content
newScale Service Integration Hub™
Open integration framework and integration adapters


The newScale PortfolioCenter application will enable your IT infrastructure teams to quickly design and market an online "IT brochure" of standardized service offerings, with tiers of service, pricing, and optional included components.

With newScale RequestCenter®, you can rapidly deploy a self-service portal across your entire data center infrastructure — including physical servers, virtual machines, storage, networking and even cloud services - and enable automated fulfillment of service requests.

Using newScale LifecycleCenter™, your IT staff can more effectively manage the entire lifecycle of any requested service - from ordering and fulfillment of the initial request to the recovery or de-provisioning of unused or unnecessary assets.

And if your organization is ready to embrace demand planning and billing for your data center services or private cloud, newScale DemandCenter™ provides capabilities to track consumption and manage budgets.

Since all newScale products are designed to work seamlessly together on a common foundation, your investment in training, services, and integration with external systems is leveraged across the entire suite. In fact, newScale Service Catalog solutions can be applied across your entire enterprise — from data center to the workplace, for desktop and other end user services, as well as your infrastructure services.