WhyReboot Brings Premium Network Solutions to HTSA

HTSA integrators and specialty retailers will appreciate the performance, security and reliability of individually tailored commercial-grade network solutions

Miami, FL May 13, 2015 - WhyReboot (www.whyreboot.com), a leader in commercial-grade networks for advanced connected environments, has announced that they have joined HTSA (Home Technology Specialists of America) as a member vendor. WhyReboot will supply HTSA integrators with the finest, most robust secure networking solutions for the connected home environment.

Since 2010, WhyReboot has been designing network systems tailored to custom integrators. Each system is optimized based on the specific needs of the user's environment, and WhyReboot employs best practices to maximize security—only allowing access via secure encryption. Unlike any competitor, WhyReboot also provides a full year of white glove customer support for their technology, giving integrators premium service and implementing configuration changes to maximize onsite efficiency, enhance their relationships with clients and grow their businesses.

"Our goal with each project is to create the most reliable and durable network solution that will over-deliver for the integrator while keeping a very low cost of ownership for the end user," explained WhyReboot president Bjørn Jensen. "Our systems are built using the finest hand-selected components, ensuring 24/7 reliability, security, performance and value. We are excited to bring our advanced networking solutions to the HTSA community, and we appreciate their focus on training and education initiatives. WhyReboot is proud to be aligned with this fine organization," concluded Jensen.

"The network is the heart of the connected home; there is no questioning the importance of being able to design, install and service a robust home network solution," said HTSA Managing Director, Bob Hana. "With WhyReboot, our members will be given the tools needed to truly succeed at owning the network. We are thrilled to welcome WhyReboot to our list of premium HTSA Vendor Members as this partnership provides the foundation for a long and mutually beneficial relationship."

About WhyReboot: WhyReboot specializes in creating commercial-grade networks that address the demands of advanced control and automation technologies in connected residential, commercial and luxury marine environments. WhyReboot systems are highly scalable and customized for each application using the finest components available.www.whyreboot.com

About Home Technology Specialists of America: Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) is a national association of specialty retailers and custom integrators, who design, specify and install premier residential and commercial electronic systems. Ranging from home automation and media rooms to lighting control systems and multi-room audio, today's digital living environments demand a specialist who helps connect the products in the home, at work or on the go, simply and correctly, while maximizing their performance. Join the conversation on Twitter or becoming a fan on Facebook.

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