The Benefits of Network Ownership
An investment in AES’s wireless mesh technology allows you to take control of your network, pricing, and future. Check out our latest white paper featuring the top benefits of owning your own private wireless mesh network.
Perks You Can Always Rely On
Full Network Visibility
Our Network Management System (NMS) allows immediate access to vital network performance data, making it easy to see and manage your network.
Whether you’re dealing with a complicated install or a network emergency, our service team is here for you by phone, online live chat, or video call.
Minimal reliance on public service providers and no cellular sunsets means greater network reliability and more money back in your pocket.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is AES different from cellular?
Mesh radio technology is the communications platform you can rely on. While other traditional methods fail during increased instances of widely reported outages, AES Radio signals keep daily operations running at peak performance.
With AES private networks, owners and operators have control of services end-to-end without reliance on public service providers. Critical event signals are delivered with the quickest response time in just 1-3 seconds compared to Internet, Telephone and Cellular that can take up to 45 seconds. With AES Radio there’s no cabling, no trenching, no wiring, and no towers.
AES technology is proven to withstand even the most challenging conditions, such as:
- 2017 Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma
- 2014 Mexico earthquake
- 2012 Superstorm Sandy
- 2008 New England and upstate New York ice storms
- 2007 California wildfires
- 2005 Hurricane Katrina
Our products are developed with AES Best Practices top of mind and are rigorously tested to meet
NFPA Code Compliance and UL/ULC Listings. View our Fire Marshal Resources web page to access our AHJ Resource Guide and Compliance Overview brochure with links to official listings.
Engineered for multiple monitoring applications, AES Radio helps alarm dealers, contract central stations, and installers grow their business.
Why do AES customers "stick"?
What do I need to get started?
There are multiple routes you can take to become an AES provider. If you want to start your own network, you can check out our online resources here:
For dealers who are not ready to start their own networks, they can check out providers in their area with networks already in place. To see providers in your area visit our Contract Central Stations page today!