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AES' IntelliStart service making an impact

April 16, 2014Leif Kothe

LAS VEGAS—Since August 2012, when AT&T announced it will discontinue its 2G service on Jan. 1, 2017, talk about the need for central stations and dealers to protect themselves from the adverse effects of cellular “sunsets” has picked up.Involved in the “future-proofing” discussion is Peabody, Mass.-based AES Corporation and its IntelliNet technology, a patented wireless mesh network that operates independently of phone lines or cellular networks.The company was active...

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Capital Fire & Security invests in mesh

July 16, 2013Martha Entwistle

MADISON, Wis.—Capital Fire & Security, an integrator based here, has built out a new mesh network in this market and it's expecting the adoption to accelerate as it launches a campaign to let current and new customers know about this new offering.“We believe we can take care of all of the Greater Madison area,” David Koenig, partner in Capital Fire & Security, told Security Systems News.Capital began the installation of its AES IntelliNet network about a year ago. It installed the...

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GCS knows how to network

November 1, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

HAYWARD, Calif.—Grand Central Station, a wholesale monitoring company based here, has big plans for its UL-approved, private, radio mesh network that it started building about two years ago.“We're the only monitoring facility in northern California that has put a serious effort into building a large, viable, usable network and our plan is to have one network that covers all of northern California,” Keith Buerke, GCS' operations manager, told Security Systems News about the company's...

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Redundancy helps Universal Security Monitoring grow

July 14, 2011Daniel Gelinas

GAINESVILLE, Fla. and ATLANTA—Universal Security Monitoring, which became the central station arm of Crime Prevention Security Systems when CPSS acquired the monitoring center in 1996, is growing its monitoring footprint, ramping up its AES IntelliNet radio network. It's a move central station manager Jim Carr says positions his company well for the future. "It's great the way you can build up that multi-path, mesh network up really quickly. We don't need to worry about depending on a third...

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