AES Corporation Announces Issuance of a New U.S. Patent

AES Corporation, a manufacturer of private wireless mesh alarm communication networks, is pleased to announce that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. Patent No. 8,072,945 for AES Link Layered Networks.

The patented Link Layered Networks extend the functionality and reliability of AES-IntelliNet private wireless mesh radio networks. The issuance of this patent is a testament to AES Corporation's technology advancements, validating the Company's forward thinking and engineering progress. 

"AES Corporation is focused on continuously building and strengthening our patented technology to keep pace with the ever-changing technology landscape in the security industry," said Bill Kieckhafer, president & COO of AES Corporation. "This is part of our commitment to AES partner customers, to ensure their investment in AES technology continues to stay strong and provide protection for the future. AES strives to develop tools and services for optimal network operation, giving customers peace of mind that their AES network is always running at peak performance."

AES is a proven supplier with over a half million smart subscribers installed worldwide.  When alarm dealers launch their own dedicated network, it creates a long-term relationship bringing value added benefits and a strong return on investment for alarm dealers and end users. Originally developed for rigorous military installations, AES-IntelliNet patented long-range wireless mesh radio technology is designed specifically for alarm communications. AES private networks are easy to install and manage, infinitely scalable, and the most reliable alarm communications technology available on the market today with the quickest response time for fire and intrusion applications. This new patent complements AES Corporation's portfolio of patented technology, intellectual property, and product line fully compliant with government and local regulations.

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