SureCall Fusion4Home Max Receives Mark Of Excellence Award For Networking Product Of The Year From The Consumer Technology Association
Patented Extended Range Technology™ allows the revolutionary booster to reach farther and provide a stronger indoor cellular signal to users in rural and suburban areas
SureCall, the technology leading cell phone signal booster manufacturer, announced that its Fusion4Home Max has received the Mark of Excellence Award for Networking Product of the Year from the Smart Home Division of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
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Judged by independent industry experts, the awards recognize the best residential and commercial custom installation projects, as well as top consumer technology products and services. Each year manufacturers, distributors and systems integrators compete in more than 20 award categories for this coveted honor. Award winners will be honored at the Mark of Excellence Awards Reception at CES on January 6, 2022.
“It is an absolute honor to be recognized as the networking product of the year by the CTA,” said SureCall CEO Hongtao Zhan. “This award is further evidence that the Fusion4Home Max is an engineering triumph, purpose-built to take on the ever-increasing needs and challenges of today’s cellular users. With more and more people relying on cellular data and networks for their personal and professional lives, our boosters deliver improved signal quality and strength that can truly transform users’ cellular experience in their homes.”
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Fusion4Home Max is the first home cellular booster to feature SureCall’s patented Extended Range Technology™ (ERT), and is the strongest all-carrier residential booster on the market. It is purpose-built for areas with the weakest cellular signals— such as rural and suburban homes and areas with partially blocked signals. ERT works by overcoming the signal loss between the outside antenna and the inside of a home or building, resulting in the best possible signal quality that then delivers greater coverage area and faster data speeds for all North American carriers. By eliminating signal loss in the coax cable, ERT is able to send a stronger signal with lower noise indoors and send a stronger signal back to the cell tower for reliable connectivity in the most remote locations.
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