MMR Telecommunications and Security Systems – Press Release

James Pepper Rutland

BATON ROUGE, La. – August 14, 2020 – (

Under the leadership of James “Pepper” Rutland, MMR has built a solid reputation of superior quality, service and efficiency as the largest open-shop electrical and instrumentation contractor. MMR offers clients a multitude of technical services, including its cutting-edge telecommunications and security systems solutions.

MMR provides both Information and Operational Technology Systems to support clients’ critical business functions. From fiber optic backbone and industrial wireless, Pepper Rutland and MMR’s experienced team can provide clients with a reliable network to support IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) applications and critical safety and security applications.

MMR’s vast list of telecommunications and security solutions includes:

  • Physical Security

  • Video Surveillance

  • Access Control

  • Gates, Turnstiles & Barriers

  • Intrusion Detection

  • LAN/WAN Design & Configuration

  • Wireless (Wi-Fi, Microwave, Mesh)

  • Public Address & General Alarm (PAGA)

  • VOIP

  • Structured Cabling & Fiber Optics

“MMR Telecommunications and Security Systems is a single-source integrator that can provide turn-key projects for our clients,” said MMR President/CEO James “Pepper” Rutland. “With a dedicated in-house project team, clients can focus on what matters most while we take care of all major project milestones and pain points, including design and engineering, construction commissioning, training and operational maintenance and support.”

MMR owns the project on behalf of its customers, which reduces risk and complexity for clients, ultimately providing them with a solution rather than a to-do-list. In addition, MMR provides state-of-the-art Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT). Its FAT Center includes high-definition video cameras, enabling clients to remotely view their product being assembled and tested in real time.

Visit to learn more about Pepper Rutland and MMR’s services, including Telecommunications and Security Systems.

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