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Communications Systems, Inc. provides physical connectivity infrastructure and services for global deployments of broadband networks. The company provides the tools for maximum utilization of the network from the edge to the user from the integration of fiber optics in any application and environment to efficient home voice and data deployments to optimization of data and application access. It operates its business through four segments: Suttle, Transition Networks, Austin Taylor and JDL Technologies. The Suttle segments manufactures and markets copper and fiber connectivity systems, enclosure systems, XDSL filters and splitters, and active technologies for voice, data and video communications under the Suttle brand name in the United States and internationally. The Trasition Networks segment designs and markets media conversion products, Ethernet switches, and other connectivity and data transmission products. The Austin Taylor segment manufactures British standard line jacks, patch panels, metal boxes, distribution and central office frames. The JDL Technologies segment provides information technology solutions focused on network design and integration IT service management, network security, desktop virtualization, and managed network operation center services. Communications Systems was founded by Curtis A. Sampson in 1969 and is headquartered in Minnetonka, MN.
|Curtis A. Sampson||Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer|
|Edwin C. Freeman||Chief Financial Officer & Director|
|David T. McGraw||Secretary, Treasurer & Vice President|
|Michael J. Skucius||Vice President-Information Technology|