Archive for the 'Wireless' Category

30
Jul
12

How Access Technologies Got Its Start

Our owners recently sat down with New Mexico Business Weekly to discuss how Access Technologies got its start in 1995, and how it continues to grow as one of Albuquerque’s premier IT and technology networking companies.

Find the article here: How I got started: Praphai and Tim Gorman

Access Technologies' Owners Tim and Pie Gorman

19
Jul
11

RCR Wireless News Interview Featuring Access Technologies: Battling Wildfires With Wireless Technology

RCR Wireless News recently interviewed Access Technologies’ Jack Gorman about how our Wireless system is helping firefighters battle the Las Conchas wildfire near Los Alamos.

Jack Gorman discusses how our Wireless system originally designed for the Santa Ana Pueblo is now providing crucial Wireless communications support for the firefighters fighting the massive blaze.

Click on the image below to view the interview.

RCR Wireless News Interview with Access Technologies

RCR Wireless News Interview with Access Technologies.

RCR Wireless’ article that corresponds with this video:

Wireless Technology Helps Battle The Las Conchas Fire in Los Alamos, N.M.

01
Jul
11

How Our Wireless System is Providing Crucial Support for the Los Alamos Firefighters

The Exalt Communications microwave wireless backhaul system that Access Technologies designed and deployed is providing crucial communication support to the U.S. Forest Service firefighters battling the over 100,000 acre wildfire near Los Alamos, New Mexico.

Access Technologies was originally commissioned to supply Wireless Internet access from Santa Ana Pueblo’s government building headquarters to their SSI building to provide Internet service to all of Santa Ana Pueblo’s government entities that are located about 80 miles from Los Alamos. Once the Las Conchas fire started burning, the US Forest Service established their fire command center at the Santa Ana Pueblo by connecting into the Exalt wireless system to oversee firefighting efforts in the area. The Forest Service is now using the Pueblo’s wireless system to connect the command center to the Pueblo’s data center for Internet access to order supplies, schedule deliveries, and perform other vital functions as it directs crews against the massive wildfire near Los Alamos.

“When the Forest Service decided to establish a command center here at the Pueblo, they asked us to provide access to our Exalt microwave system to provide them with Internet access,” says Stephen Smith, IT Director for Santa Ana Pueblo. “We connected their command center to the system, and it has been working flawlessly for them ever since.”

Images of the Las Conchas fire:

Las Conchas Fire Firefighters Los Alamos National Labs




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