Multi-Com Signs Partnership Deal with MAXxess Systems
February 15, 2008

Livonia, Michigan & Anaheim California – February 15, 2008 Livonia Michigan based Multi-Communication Systems and Service, Inc. a minority owned networking company that designs and deploys network dependent solutions based on best in class components, and Anaheim California based MAXxess Systems, a leader in safety and emergency management solutions signed a partnership agreement that makes Multi-Com, an authorized MAXxess sales and support provider for the Midwest.

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Multi-Com Creates New Division
December 10, 2007

In December 2007, Multi-Com made the decision to expand its focus and created a new division, Multi-Com Technologies. This division is chartered with expanding Multi-Comís presence in networking niches using Multi-Comís proven project planning and management techniques. This divisionís initial focus is on solutions enabled by the deployment of Wide Area Network Accelerators, a technology that has crossed the chasm offering adopters many new alternatives for improving the organizationís information technology infrastructure that were not previously practical. Multi-Com Technologies strategy is to combine WAN Acceleration with engineering services and peripheral products, the same way it originally used low voltage networks, services and related products to develop and deploy complete solutions.

ADT Picks Multi-Com for new FedEx Facility
September, 2007

September 2007 Multi-Com was commissioned by ADT Security to install the 80 camera CCTV monitoring and alarm system for the new FedEx-Ground distribution facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan. We had a short delivery cycle that was further complicated by the customer's need to move from their old facility to their new one in one day, without any down time. There were also physical challenges to overcome, necessitated by the requirement to precisely place the cameras in the necessary positions on the various conveyers and sorting apparatus to gain the required views mandated by the owners. In many cases we had to engineer unique solutions to overcome vibration issues caused by the many moving belts and sorting arms. The project was completed on time without disruption.

Detroit Public Library Gets New Camera System
May 10, 2007

The main branch of the Detroit Public Library system has selected Multi-Communications Systems to install their new CCTV System. The system will consist of 96 cameras and six 16 channel digital video recorders (DVR). All cameras will be recorded 24/7 and have approximately 30 days of continuous storage. The Control Room will also get a new control console to faciltate the new equipment.

Multi-Com goes to Alaska
August, 2006

Chosen by Medical Communications, Inc. Chicago, IL to supply the Emergency Page and Music System for the Bassett Army Hospital - Fort Wainwright, Alaska in August of 2006, Multi-Com travels to the The "Last Frontier".

Multi-Com was required to design the systems (consisting of 6 Audio Equipment racks) to U.S Corp. of Engineers specifications. We built and tested systems at our facility in Livonia, Michigan and shipped them to the project site in Fairbanks, Alaska. Our technical staff installed and re-tested the systems onsite starting in late October through early November.