NetVersant Solutions, LLC Awarded 5 Year Services Contract with Houston Airport System (HAS)

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City of Houston - Department of Aviation selects NetVersant Solutions, LLC as the Telecommunications Services Provider for the Houston Airport System

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NetVersant Solutions, LLC has been awarded a five year contract to provide Telecommunication Services for the Houston Airport System. Under this comprehensive services agreement, NetVersant Solutions will provide Telecommunications Services for Houston's three (3) major airports; George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH); William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) and Ellington Airport (EFD).

"As a Houston based company, we are excited about our new relationship with the Houston Airport System and look forward to the opportunity to evolve and grow with them over the next five (5) years." stated Mark Davis, NetVersant Solutions Senior Vice President.

"NetVersant Solutions has the infrastructure and capabilities required to support the mission critical communications network within HAS. We look forward to working with them to provide best-in-class support for HAS, our clients and customers." said Frederick McDowell, Manager - Technology Services, HAS.

About NetVersant Solutions, LLC

NetVersant Solutions, a Patriarch Partners, LLC company and nationally certified WBENC, delivers optimum value to its customers as a leading provider of network infrastructure and converged applications solutions. NetVersant's key business areas include Network Infrastructure, Integrated Security Solutions, Enterprise Communications, Mobility Solutions and Environmental Monitoring and Control. For more information please visit

About Houston Airport System (HAS)

The Houston Airport System (HAS), the fourth-largest airport system in the United States and the sixth-largest in the world, operates the City of Houston's three (3) major airports; George Bush Intercontinental (IAH); William P. Hobby (HOU) and Ellington Field (EFD). This three airport system served more than 49.5 million passengers in 2010, including more than 8.5 million international travelers.

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