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    Computer Communications Consultants in Kingston

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    Business Listing   Crews Quilty Thompson & Wylde - Kingston, NY - Phone: (845) 338-7770

    Business Listing   John Mallen Communications Inc - Kingston, NY - Phone: (845) 331-1200

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    Helpful Definition for: Computer Communications Consultants

    Computer communications consultants in Kingston provide technical assistance and education services for voice and data telecommunications systems. They design and analyze existing and planned electronic and optical transmission systems, generate and analyze proposals, manage projects, and help to educate their clients regarding data and voice communication systems design and acquisitions. They provide consulting services to large industrial and government organizations independently and as a team when cost effective and appropriate. The consultants are also designers in transmission system. They solve tough technical problems. Fiber optics, video systems, and conventional and non-conventional wireless systems are their specialties.

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