COVID-19 Update Debuts 120 Meter 4K HDMI Extender at InfoComm 2016 unveiled various new products and solutions at InfoComm, including its 20 Meter 4K HDMI Extender Over Local Network and new fiber optic cables and surge protectors.

CI Staff, a provider of more than 3,600 products to customers worldwide, unveiled its new 120 Meter 4K HDMI Extender Over Local Network solution, new MTP Fiber Optic Cables, new surge protectors and custom cables at InfoComm 2016.

When used with network devices, the 120 Meter 4K HDMI Extender Over Local Network can extend an HDMI signal (which runs over a single CAT5e/6 cable) past its 120-meter length, allowing unlimited splitting capabilities.’s MTP Fiber Optic Cables are ideal for running in walls or in the plenum area of a building structure. With various lengths available, these cables come with different connector types and core sizes and feature genuine U.S. Conec MTP connectors as opposed to generic MPO connectors.’s surge protectors feature flat 360-degree rotating plugs and offer extra-long cord lengths of up to 25 feet. The company also creates custom cables built to match customer requirements.

Learn more from the company’s press release below:

“It has been a wild 20 years! My entrepreneurial spirit started to take shape in my mind when I immigrated from China as a child,” says Sharon Jiang, CEO of “I immediately recognized that America was an opportunity country and I worked hard to make these opportunities a reality.”

By producing cables and electronics overseas and importing directly to the United States, CableWholesale is able to offer competitive prices to both consumers and suppliers. The fact that the company performs fluke testing on all cable products to ensure quality sets it apart from the competition. But perhaps what says it all is the confidence CableWholesale displays in its own products by offering lifetime warranties on most of its products.

“Over the past 20 years we’ve constantly been looking for ways to improve our offerings to better serve our customers,” says Jiang. “And we look forward to continuing that practice in the years to come.”

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