Minneapolis, MN — August 5, 2017 — Suttle, a Communications Systems, Inc. company (NASDAQ-GM: JCS), is launching MediaMAX™ brand for the connected home and business.
Suttle has long been known for connectivity solutions—currently in 70 percent of the homes in the US. MediaMAX offers a solution keeping up with the desire for high-speed wired and wireless service distribution.
According to Bruce Blackwood, Suttle President and General Manager, “MediaMAX products are already known by service providers for their high-quality durability and the ease of installation and are now being introduced to the construction industry for single family, multi-family and multi-use developments as well as small to medium businesses.”
The MediaMAX brand features a MediaMAX panel enclosures system, tool-less multi-purpose modules, tool-less CAT6 MediaMAX Jack and faceplates, and network extenders via G.hn powerline solutions. The MediaMAX panel is a plastic media enclosure designed to accommodate the growing demand for secure housings that protect residential gateways, next generation ONTs and battery backup systems.
Jon Hagstrom, Director of Marketing and Sales Operations, also explains that “installation of the MediaMAX panels does not require workarounds or additional steps to meet UL standards, which ultimately add time and cost.”
Stop by the ISE trade show — Sept. 12-14, 2017 to view the brand solution and talk to the team about your needs. We are also featuring MediaMAX at SCTE — Oct. 18-20, 2017 — hope to see you there!
Suttle specializes in simplifying the network with MediaMAX™ and FutureLink™. MediaMAX connected home and business solutions include media panels, modules, jacks and wallplates for fiber, CAT6, COAX and wireless connectivity. FutureLink provides solutions for the edge of the network, including a variety of fiber enclosures and terminals. Founded in 1910, Suttle is a US company with headquarters and manufacturing in Hector, MN and is part of Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-GM: JCS).
Sr. Marketing Manager, Suttle