VoLTE Certified Force5 2.0 Wins Best Award at InfoComm 2017
Jun 20, 2017
Commercial Integrator has named SureCall Force5 2.0 Cell Phone Signal Booster, the BEST Award Winner in Telecom Infrastructure & Intercoms category at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, Florida.
SureCall Force 5 2.0 Signal Booster is equipped with SureCall’s proprietary built-in Sentry remote monitoring and control system that provides integrators or installers with remote access to adjust and optimize booster performance. Annual subscription for Sentry monitoring service is available at an extra cost.
The five-band, cellular signal booster combines PCS and Cellular dual-bands with LTE and AWS frequencies for all major North American cell carriers. It is an industry leading VoLTE Certified signal booster. It also has an industry leading capability to be monitored remotely by synchronizing using an Android or Apple iOS app installed mobile device.
Remote monitoring provides service to clients in real time, creating a relationship that extends beyond the installation of the booster. It provides ability to remotely manage the booster to ensure continuously seamless mobile connectivity and increase customer satisfaction.
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Good job SureCall. There are so many cell phone boosters out there that it’s hard to pick a good one out from the cheap and ineffective models cluttering up the Internet. I’ve heard praise for SureCall’s booster products and this honor only impresses me more.
It’s cool how the installers can keep an eye on the equipment to make sure everything runs well. Although these cell phone signal boosters look easy to use, I like the fact you have pros watching over things to make sure your cell phone’s signal strength is heightened to the fullest. If you’re going to install these devices in your office, you want them working well too.
Congratulations on this big award. While awards can be impressive, I’ve also read some good stories on SureCall, which makes it seem all the more worth investigating for any business looking how to improve cell phone signal strength. Although landlines are still important, I think cell phones are the proverbial wave of the future and you can’t ignore powering them up to their peak effectiveness.
This has the advantage of being able to monitor it. I like that because what do you do when you’re out of the office? Looks like it’s well designed (heat sink, etc.) and out of materials that will optimize performance. It was helpful seeing the inside of the device too. It gave me a good idea how it operates.