Friday, January 11, 2019

Extending the in-building coverage, First 5G cellular signal booster unveiled at CES 2019

SureCall, a leading manufacturer of cell phone signal boosters, announced the release of  Force8, the first 5G signal booster designed to improve cellular connectivity in commercial buildings.

The company launched the new product, which will be available in the second quarter of this year, at the 2019 International Commerical Electronics (CES) show taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada this week.

"Our competitors do not have a 5G signal booster. We are the first to market with this technology. Force8 represents a significant first step toward supporting a successful deployment of the 5G network," said Hongtao Zhan, founder and CEO of SureCall, in an interview with In-Building Tech.

SureCall's Force8 signal booster is engineered to improve non-millimeter wave 5G cellular signals for T-Mobile US' 600 MHz band and AT&T 2.3 GHz mid-band spectrum and boost cellular service for all U.S. carriers' 3G and 4G LTE signals.


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