Telecommunications




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Century Link Communications

Qwest Communications International, Inc. was a large United States telecommunications carrier. Qwest provided local service in 14 western U.S. states: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

Control Services, Inc. has provided building management control systems for over 300 Qwest sites in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. The total number of control points is in excess of 20,000. Systems operate over a Wide Area Network remotely accessible throughout the US West system. AT&T - Various Locations Environmental control systems for telephone electronic digital switching equipment in numerous facilities providing redundant control of mechanical systems.




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Sprint

The Sprint Corporation, commonly known as Sprint, is a United States telecommunications holding company that provides wireless services and is also a major global Internet carrier. It's the third largest U.S. wireless network operator as of 2013, and served more than 54 million customers at the end of the third quarter of 2013, in addition to the Sprint brand, the company also offers wireless voice, messaging, and broadband services through its various subsidiaries under the Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Assurance Wireless brands, as well as wholesale access to its wireless networks to mobile virtual network operators. The company is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. In July 2013, a majority of the company was purchased by Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank Corporation,[6] although the remaining shares of the company continue to trade on the New York Stock Exchange.

Computerized control and monitoring system for telecommunications Point of Presence (POP) facility including electrical system monitoring, HVAC control and underground fuel storage tank monitoring. System is monitored and controlled by a central operator station located in Overland Park, Kansas.




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Windstream

Alltel Wireless is a wireless service provider, primarily based in the United States. Before an acquisition by Verizon Wireless, it served 34 states. After the merger, Alltel continues to serve six states, mostly in rural areas. Following the merger, Alltel is the ninth largest wireless telecommunications company in the United States, with approximately 800,000 customers.

Intelligent environmental and access control systems networked across multiple facilities located throughout southern Nebraska. Access and Intrusion detection systems report back to a security central monitoring station designed and installed by Control Services, Inc.