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Written by The Curry Coastal Pilot   
April 20, 2012 10:10 pm

Brookings-based  Mainbrace Technologies, Inc.,  has announced that it is merging with AES Computers of Gold Beach.

“We are pleased to be able to bring to Gold Beach businesses and individual computer users the same broad range of computer services and sales that we are presently offering in Brookings,” said Mainbrace owner Jim Relaford.

Those services, Relaford said, include designing Wi-Fi hotspots for motels, hotels and RV parks, and virus removal  from individual computers.


 

“Mainbrace has the resources to supply all of the community’s computer requirements,” Relaford said.

Mainbrace’s main store is at the Port of Brookings-Harbor, and has opened a Gold Beach storefront at the former address of AES Computers facility at 29811 Colvin Street.

Relaford said computer service can be obtained either by dropping off equipment at either office or technicians will sent to buisness locations.

“Our Gold beach facility will be fully supported by our team of experts in Brookings,” he said.

Additional services offered include:

•Website design, development and hosting;

•Facebook page development, SEO services;

•Local area and wide area network design and installation.

•Drop-off 48-hour computer service;

•“Rapid Response” online diagnostics and repair;

•IP phone sales, installation and support;

•Video surveillance camera, DVR, installation and support;

•Spam and virus-free email services;

•InfoSafe Premier online backup service.

For more information about Mainbrace Technologies, Inc., call 541-469-5902; email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it See the company’s website,  www.mainbracetec.com.

 

 

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