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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2012/01/16 - ASD will be exhibiting at the 2012 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition, and ASD founder and CEO, Bob Eskew, will be presenting an educational session on February 15 - BICSI.org / ASD-USA.com.
Automated Systems Design (ASD®) is exhibiting in booth 712 at the 2012 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition, held February 12-16, 2012, in Orlando, Florida, at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. The annual conference features educational presentations, state-of-the-art exhibits and networking opportunities for members of the information technology systems (ITS) industry.
In addition, ASD founder and CEO, Bob Eskew, will be presenting an educational session on Wednesday, February 15, 2012, at 2 pm. Eskew’s presentation, titled “Preparing Network Infrastructures for the Video Revolution,” will discuss the increased prevalence of video over Internet Protocol (IP), its impact on network infrastructures and the business growth opportunities video over IP provides for the ITS industry.
Bob Eskew, a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) since 1992, is the founder and CEO of ASD, a five-time Inc. 500/5000 company. ASD is a manufacturer and service provider of information transport systems. ASD manufactures high-performance iCAT-ITS™ copper offerings, including CAT 5E, CAT 6E, and 10-gigabit CAT 6a cables, as well as iGLO-ITS™ fiber optic products.
For more information about the 2012 BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition or to register, visit bicsi.org.
About Automated Systems Design, Inc. (ASD®)
ASD (asd-usa.com) is a manufacturer and service provider of information transport systems. ASD manufactures high-performance iCAT-ITS™ copper offerings, including CAT 5E, CAT 6E, and 10-gigabit CAT 6a cables, as well as iGLO-ITS™ fiber optic products based on the MTP style of connectorization known as Snap ‘N Glo. In addition, ASD manages physical infrastructures and turnkey nationwide project solutions for national clients seeking a single point of contact, including projects that involve moves, adds or changes. ASD features a network of approximately 700 AASDIs (Authorized ASD Installers), pronounced “as-dee.” These are local installers who have been certified in network environments, structured cabling system standards, networking standards for wired and wireless systems, surveillance and access control, and building automation systems.