North American Cable Equipment, Inc. Announces Release of the Summer 2014 Broadband Catalog

The 196 page catalog features hundreds of new products and includes all five NACE Brand product lines.

June 17th, 2014 - West Chester, PA - North American Cable Equipment, Inc. (NACE) is excited to introduce its 2014 Summer NACE Broadband Products Catalog. The 196 page catalog features hundreds of new products and includes all five NACE Brand product lines. The new catalog debuts the groundbreaking EVS (Eye View Smart NVR software) and HD-COAXINTOR line from SecurityTronix, as well as the eagerly anticipated COM2000 from Technicolor, and new additions from ZeeVee, Geovision, DIRECTV, Technicolor, Foxcom, Sonora, and many more. A multitude of valuable data charts, technical specifications, and informational abstracts are also contained within.


Be sure to check out the NACE Interactive Online Product Catalog for easy access to the current catalog by smartphone, computer, or tablet at the following link: northamericancable.com/email/nacecatalog/.

About NACE: North American Cable Equipment, Inc. was founded in 1992 with headquarters in West Chester Pennsylvania, and distribution centers in Missouri and Nevada. NACE is the manufacturer of five brands available through distribution: CableTronix, SecurityTronix, FiberTronix, DataTronix, and Symphonic Designs. NACE is a DIRECTV Master System Operator (MSO) for both lodging and institution, and commercial markets. Please contact us if you would like to receive a catalog or open an account at 800.688.9282, email sales@northamericancable.com, or visit our website at northamericancable.com.

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