TROY, Mich., Jan. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Viper Networks, Inc. (OTC Pink:VPER), (“Company” or “Viper Networks”), an international leader in the LED lighting products & integrated systems markets, with a focus on Smart Cities, reported today that the Company has selected Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solution to advise the Company with an acquisition of a 10,000 square foot commercial building in Detroit, Michigan.
Viper Networks partners with Apollo Smart Lights for its source of products. Apollo has a full selection of intelligent LED lighting solutions that can easily be deployed into metropolitan areas, parking lots and warehousing facilities. Apollo LED Street Lighting also has the ability to incorporate a variety of technologies into a single design, including Wireless Street Light Control, Monitoring, Camera and Sensors.
Farid Shouekani, the Company’s General Manager stated, “With a significant pipeline of SMART City pilot tests throughout the Midwest, establishing a manufacturing facility in Detroit to service these sales was imperative. We are excited to establish a manufacturing facility in the Detroit area, our home territory. We are very optimistic that Viper Networks will deliver a very high level of service along with state-of-the-art products that will enable us to continue to grow our operations.”
The Company plans to close this acquisition and commence manufacturing operations in the first quarter of 2018. Visit the company’s website at www.vipernetworks.com.
ABOUT FRIEDMAN INTEGRATED REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS
Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions is one of the largest commercial real estate organizations in the Midwest. As owners of commercial property for more than 25 years, Friedman offers a full range of services and manages over 140 facilities encompassing more than 16 million square feet throughout the United States.
For more info, go to: www.friedmanrealestate.com.
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