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AES International Provides Security Services for Data Centre in Qatar

Proficiency in providing security services in the Middle East and abroad credited

Peabody, MA October 1, 2008 – AES International formerly known as AES Technical Security Services (AES-TSS) today announced their contract to secure a government data center for The Qatar Foundation of Doha, Qatar. Representing the highest level of education and technology, The Qatar Foundation project includes providing CCTV, Access Control, Intrusion Detection, Intercom and BMS Integration and should take about 30 days to complete.

Farid K. Antoun, General Manager of Debbas Enterprise, Qatar, chose AES ‘because of their reputation abroad for having extraordinary integration abilities and exceptional all around services’. Farid feels that anyone can buy the best technology but that AES also represents the best in integration and installation services that he feels are necessary components. He believes AES represents the best in American services and would recommend AES services over and over again.

AES International provides turnkey security design and installation services. Clients include US Government, Military and Commercial organizations, specializing in providing services for facilities with demanding security requirements. AES International services range from basic installation to complete ground up security design, procurement, installation, testing and training. For over 30 years AES has been providing classified government security and installations in over 50 countries throughout the world.

Aaron Tesnow, Government Business Development Manager for AES International had this to say, "Our field technicians and engineers allow AES the unique ability to offer such a broad range of security services and are so good at what they do, we are fast becoming the ‘go to’ company when our contracting partners have unique needs. Our reputation continues to precede us throughout the world and this is further evidence that we get the job done right the first time."

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