IP UtiliNET Provides Digital Signage Solution to Frank McClarin Alternative High School in College Park

(College Park) – IP UtiliNET, a next-generation technology firm offering site solutions in 145 countries, announced today it has installed its digital signage product at McClarin High School in College Park. The digital signage solution offers an easy-to-use web-based software interface, enabling administrators to make real-time changes to messaging and graphics.

Three digital signs have been installed in the high school’s main office, cafeteria and counseling center, officials said.

“In today’s digital age, students are more likely to process information quickly if it’s projected over a TV or computer screen. At McClarin High School, we believe innovation – whether it’s through the implementation of new processes or programs – it’s an important key to the overall success of students. Furthermore, use of the new system has improved communications by enabling our school administrators to provide up-to-the-minute information and announcements to students, teachers and staff more quickly and efficiently than we have been able to in the past,” said McClarin Principal Charles W. Gardner.

IP UtiliNET’s digital signage product is available as a stand-alone solution or as part of an overall automation system. IP UtiliNET specializes in systems integration, which enables management, monitoring, operation and mobile control of LANvisn® integrated multi-service networks and DSIMpower® Hybrid Energy solutions on the UtiliWERX® console.

“Systems automation is the next step in driving down operational costs. The UtiliWERX® console provides 24×7 availability from a smart phone, tablet or computer to control facility access, lighting, heating and air conditioning. In addition, customers can remotely access security settings including video cameras and lighting to provide incident responders with a clear picture of what is taking place inside the facility at any given moment,” said David Quinn, CEO of IP UtiliNET. “We are pleased that McClarin High School administrators are benefitting from our digital signage solution, which is also being used in a College Park restaurant to provide IP-based TV programming and updated menu listings.”

About Frank McClarin Alternative High School
Frank McClarin High School is an open campus, alternative school located in College Park, Georgia. McClarin serves students primarily in the 10th through 12th grades who are pulled from five South Fulton schools, with the highest percentage of students represented by Banneker High School. McClarin’s instructional program is divided into four terms with a student enrollment of up to 350 students. Students seek credit recovery or accrual with the goal of receiving a high school diploma.

About IP UtiliNET
IP UtiliNET is an Atlanta based, veteran-owned professional services firm specializing in centrally managed communications, energy networks, product lifecycle solutions and security services. As the Centerpoint of all things, IP UtiliNET offers site service solutions in 145 countries and 392 cities worldwide, while partnering with its clients to streamline operations, lower costs and enhance profitability for long-term environmental, social and financial benefit. Service offerings include single mode fiber LANvisn™ Passive Optical Networks (PON), facial biometric security, sustainable and renewable energy (SustaNET©) including LED lighting systems, and technology lifecycle services. Call 877-901-6947 for more information on IP UtiliNET products and services or visit www.iputilinet.com.

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Pat Mahony is a career marketing professional and journalist specializing in marketing strategy, development and process implementation, PR, content and social media tactics in technology and telecom communications. In her journalism career, Pat served as a bureau chief for the Chattanooga Times Free Press with a reach of 280,000 readers. She has bylined thousands of articles and photographs and received two awards from the Associated Press for reporting. Pat is a former radio news broadcaster with statewide broadcasting experience and has served additional roles as a magazine writer, fundraising director, public relations officer, graphic designer, trainer, recruiter and manager of a multi-state volunteer force. She received graphic arts and photography training at the Art Institute of Atlanta and a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. Concurrently, Pat Mahony serves as a social media manager and board member with the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Infrastructure Society. She is a commissioned artist and provides non-profit marketing assistance on a volunteer basis with HomeStretch.org. She is also a broadcaster/ reader for the Georgia Radio Reading Service.

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