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SAVANT Partners with Wilson Electronics

Savant partners with Wilson Electronics to provide cellular booster technology for residential or commercial projects experiencing poor cell and data reception.

WilsonPro Enterprise 1337R

Wilson Electronics Launches 5G Cellular Signal Repeater to Support Verizon and AT&T C-band Rollout

Wilson Electronics’ Enterprise 1337R 5G C-band repeater to provide strong, accessible 5G signal in any commercial building.

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AV News to Know July 23, 2021: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: Clear-Com introduces Arcadia, new audio extenders & video wall drivers, Surecall joins NSCA & more.

weBoost for business

Wilson Electronics Announces weBoost for Business

New weBoost for business products will provide specialized cellular signal boosters designed to meet the needs of SMBs.

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AV News to Know June 17, 2021: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: Almo Pro expands hologram tech, Christie introduces new Core II LED tiles, LG’s latest agnostic displays and more.

Just Add Power Supports Local Non-Profits During Delayed Grand Opening

As they await grand opening of headquarters because of COVID-19 pandemic, Just Add Power lets local groups use training and meeting spaces.

Smart Buildings Pro AV market

Where Pro AV and Smart Buildings Meet

With a renewed focus on connectivity and data, the smart building market is an attractive opportunity for system integrators.

WilsonPro Cellular Amplifiers 4300

‘Industry First’ Network Scanning Capabilities Added to WilsonPro Enterprise 4300/4300R Cellular Amplifiers

Update to all WilsonPro cellular amplifiers in the 4300/4300R series eliminates ambiguity of whether an amp works properly for all carriers.

NEC 5G

NEC Says Experiment Could Lead to 5G Environments With Multiple Simultaneous Connections

NEC says it demonstrated multiple highly stable simultaneous terminal connections in an office environment through distributed-MIMO in the 28 GHz band.