Nick Torres, Jerad Hoke and Ben Durbin demonstrate road sensors that the Maryland State Highway Administration deploys throughout Maryland. CE installs and maintains these systems which collect real time data on road conditions. http://www.wbaltv.com/article/new-snow-tools-and-trucks-to-start-operating-this-winter-in-maryland/13454195
Communications Electronics is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of PROCOM Corporation. PROCOM is a wireless communications company based in Jessup, MD and a Motorola Solutions Platinum Channel Partner. PROCOM was established in 2004 and has a strong presence in the Federal Government sector.
The acquisition is part of Communications Electronics’ strategic plan for growth and sustainability. Roger Cassell, President of Communications Electronics, commented: “This acquisition is one step in our plan to expand and grow our Motorola Solutions footprint and business and to become one of the top 15 Motorola dealers in the country. As always, our focus is on our customers, employees and helping people connect.”
Together, Communications Electronics and Procom sell and service more Motorola product in the Mid-Atlantic than any other provider, bring the highest level and number of technicians, engineers, installers and service vehicles to the region, and maintain the largest Motorola system in the Mid-Atlantic.
“We are excited by our acquisition by Communications Electronics. Joining a broader team, we are able to leverage CE’s extensive technical and back office resources to better serve our customers” said Gabe Najjar, President of Procom Corporation.
Procom will operate independently as Procom LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Electronics. Gabe Najjar will serve as President of Procom LLC.
About Communications Electronics
Communications Electronics (CE) is a wireless communications company based in Timonium, Md. Serving the mid-Atlantic, CE provides the latest technology in communications solutions to keep teams connected. CE is a Platinum Elite Sales and Service Partner for Motorola Solutions. CE’s portfolio includes system engineering, design, project management, installation, sales and service for two-way radio, in-building wireless systems and distributed antenna systems (DAS), licensed and unlicensed wireless data networks, early warning systems, dispatch consoles, analog and IP video, and a host of related products.
Located in Jessup, MD, Procom is a Motorola Solutions Channel Partner and Federal Government Reseller, providing wireless solutions since 2004. Procom holds GSA and other Federal and State contracts and currently serves Maryland, Northern Virginia, Washington, DC and Pennsylvania.
Procom services include system design, installation, maintenance, repair and FCC licensing.
The advantages of energy efficient buildings are apparent — lower costs and reduced environmental impact are among the main benefits.
Energy use in the buildings sector is an increasingly important consideration. Buildings account for about 75 percent of all electricity use and 40 percent of primary energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. As well, buildings that meet LEED requirements are highly regarded and attractive to owners, operators, and tenants.
The goal for facility managers is to find the most cost- effective and energy efficient building technologies — whether lighting, HVAC, or other — while also maintaining another utility that is, to many, as essential as heat and water: in-building wireless communication.
While seeking LEED certification for new or renovated buildings via new technology and building methods can result in lower energy consumption and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, it can also have an adverse effect on wireless communications.