NACE TO DISTRIBUTE RCA BRAND COMMERCIAL TV'S

NACE will boldly kick off this relationship by offering free TV's to select dealer integrators purchasing commercial television processing systems.

April 08, 2015 - West Chester, PA - North American Cable Equipment, Inc. (NACE) announces it will distribute commercial hospitality and institutional grade TV's manufactured by RCA starting today. NACE will boldly kick off this relationship by offering free TV's to select dealer integrators purchasing commercial television processing systems.


For the last several years NACE has evaluated various commercial grade television manufacturers to find a suitable fit for the market. Factors such as intuitive programming and operation, efficient decoding of PRO:idiom encrypted signals, PSIP translation, image quality, and competitive pricing were considered. Additionally, NACE needed a supplier offering the type of exemplary support it expects from a manufacturer. RCA met the challenge, and offers what is considered the best manufacturer direct after sale support program in the market.

"The overall value associated with the commercial line of RCA TV's impressed us well beyond other manufacturers," said NACE CEO Aaron Starr. "The NACE Labs tested every function of the TV's over several months, and used numerous input sources to verify compliance with various TV signal types used in the market," continued Starr. "NACE is thrilled to bring such a value in TV technology with the legacy RCA brand name to our dealer integrator customers".

RCA Commercial Electronics, CTO, Kirby Goedde expressed, "We are extremely excited to be working with NACE on a national front. It is very rare to find a distributor with the knowledge of the lodging industry, and loyal dealer base NACE has developed over the years".

About North American Cable Equipment, Inc.
North American Cable Equipment, Inc. was founded in 1992 with headquarters in West Chester Pennsylvania, and distribution centers in St. Peters, Missouri and Las Vegas, Nevada. NACE manufactures 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. NACE's extensive solutions portfolio, design and manufacturing capabilities are complemented by fully staffed award winning technical support teams at both east and west coast locations. Technical support includes 24-7 assistance to clients installing digital head end systems and the DIRECTV Residential Experience (DRE). Please contact our highly trained senior sales staff at 800-688-9282, email us at sales@northamericancable.com, or visit us at www.northamericancable.com.

About RCA:
RCA owns a large portfolio of firsts in the television business over the past 80 years, and for the past 6 years RCA has been designing, and building the finest commercial televisions in North America. Hotels, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Restaurants, Schools and Stadiums have been enjoying the benefits of the RCA Commercial products. We invite you to try our televisions on the next commercial project. It will change how you currently think about manufacturers.

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