Savant, a leader in smart home technology, has partnered with Wilson Electronics, makers of weBoost and WilsonPro cellular booster solutions. Reliable mobile device coverage is vital to consumers and critical to integrators on the go. Cellular signal boosters from Wilson Electronics work seamlessly with service from all carriers and represent an important business opportunity for integration pros, improving communications reliability and enhancing the smart home experience.
“Savant’s recommended partner program is dedicated to aligning with best-in-class, scalable solutions in each category,” said George Katsiris, VP, Product Evangelist at Savant. “Wilson Electronics is a market leader for professionally installed cell booster and repeater technologies, and our dealers are finding these solutions to be critical for projects plagued with poor cell phone reception, projected to be a growing problem with the advent of 5G adoption.”
“Wilson is excited to be partnering with Savant,” explained Dave Donald, CI National Account Manager at Wilson Electronics. “Our dominant position in cellular amplification dovetails seamlessly with Savant’s leadership role in the home control industry. Both companies exist to enhance the lives of dealers and their customers across the country. This partnership will only expand those efforts.”
Consumers often experience dropped calls and/or slow data when using mobile devices—symptoms caused by obstructions or distance from the nearest cell tower. Wilson Electronics’ advanced signal boosting solutions capture a weak signal and amplify it up to 32x for significantly improved performance. Signal boosters are available for home, office, and mobile including boats and RVs, that cost-effectively fit any project, are easy to deploy, and deliver outstanding performance.
The WilsonPro enterprise-grade cellular signal amplifiers provide reliable, flexible solutions for large residential or commercial projects experiencing poor cell and data reception. WilsonPro’s high-performance cellular signal amplifiers algorithmically adjust themselves to reach the FCC ceiling on cellular signal amplification, ensuring best performance and fewer service calls. Available cloud remote monitoring and management provides historical performance data as well as configurable email and text message system performance notifications.