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Quest Controls will be exhibiting at ISE Expo 2018, August 14-16 in Denver, CO

ISE EXPO IS YOUR PARTNER IN TRANSFORMATION

Are you a telecom/ICT professional looking to stay current with the latest network technologies and infrastructure solutions in a rapidly changing industry? Join Us in Denver, August 14-16, 2018 at the Colorado Convention Center.

ISE EXPO is the ICT industry’s premier educational event for wireline and wireless network transformation. From construction and engineering products to SDN and NFV technologies, we deliver what you need. Discover why network professionals from around the globe attend for engaging seminars, live demo zone, commanding keynotes, hands-on workshops and face-to-face networking.

Get hands on with leading-edge technologies, meet with vendors, and connect with network professionals and telecom thought leaders who are tackling challenges, exploring opportunities and developing innovative solutions for the industry’s massive transformation.

Visit Quest Controls at Booth #410!

Quest Controls’ solution is designed for today’s telecom providers. By combining hardware, software and responsive end-to-end customer service, clients get an unmatched suite that meets their requirements. Our remote monitoring reduces service costs by identifying and resolving issues before they become major network events and saves additional money by managing our customer’s energy systems.

Quest Controls provides monitoring and control solutions for remote OTNs, cabinets, fiberhub, facilities, and headends throughout the telecom industry. Applications include full environmental monitoring, power monitoring including Commercial Power, DC Plants, BDFB, Inverters, Generators, ATS, UPS, Breaker & Fuse Panels, Power Meters, and Electrical Distribution Panels, and tower light monitoring.

Acting as your smart eyes and ears, Quest’s TELSEC® family of products, RSC 1000™ & OspreyFMS® Enterprise Software deliver large savings and quick payback by:

  • Eliminating downtime by acting as an early warning system
  • Reducing visits to remote sites
  • Reducing energy costs
  • Extending the life of critical operating equipment including air conditioners, generators and power equipment
  • Providing 24/7 remote visibility and 2-way communications