TELEGRID Newsletter – First Quarter 2014

TELEGRID Newsletter – First Quarter 2014

TELEGRID Turns 30

TELEGRID is proud to announce it is celebrating its 30th year in business. From its beginning as a technical consulting firm focused on the US Army, TELEGRID has evolved into a design and manufacturing company building unique hardware and software communications products for all branches of the US Military.

We strongly believe that our success is due to our customer-focused core values – satisfying customers’ technical requirements, respecting customers’ schedule and quality requirements, and providing low-cost, efficient solutions.

As a small business our goal has always been to create a “family” working environment. We believe that by developing loyalty and commitment among our employees we are better able to serve our customers. We will not let a customer down because we will not let each other down and we go above and beyond the call for our customers because that is what a family does.

I would like to thank our past and present customers for their trust and our past and present employees for their dedication.

To learn more about our company please visit our newly redesigned website at www.telegrid.com.

Sincerely,

Igal Sharret
President
i.sharret@telegrid.com

TELEGRID at AFCEA West

TELEGRID invites you to Booth 1743 at AFCEA West 2014 on February 11-13 at the San Diego Convention Center, CA. TELEGRID engineers will be on site to discuss the WZRDnet shipboard wireless mesh network.

Click to watch a video detailing the benefits of the WZRDnet for shipboard voice and data communications including simple installation, integration of sensor networks, management of equipment and tracking applications.

Shipboard Mesh Network Video

WZRDnet in Africa Mining Brief

The WZRDnet mesh network was recognized by Africa Mining Brief for its capabilities in underground communications. By removing the need for cable installation, wireless mesh networks present an inexpensive communications solution for mines, caves, etc. To read the article click here.