June 2018

Cisco Mobility Hospitality Solutions

Top 4 Reasons to Choose Cisco Mobility for Hospitality

Research shows that 64% of leisure travelers and 52% of business travelers say they are not loyal to a particular hotel brand. With mobility transforming the way we travel, today’s guests are tech-savvy and demand instant, reliable connectivity for all of their devices, along with customized offers and experiences. Hotels, resorts, and cruise lines are… Read More»

Hytera PD7 two-way radios

Benefits of the Hytera PD7 Series

The Hytera PD7 Series impresses not only because of its durable and handy design, but also because of the enhanced voice quality and comprehensive PMR functionality. From the manufacturing floor to hospitals and construction sites, Hytera two way radios are synonymous with reliability, durability, and safety when your team has mission-critical messages that need to… Read More»

Zebra Technologies Power Supply Unit Recall

Nova Helps Zebra Technologies Expand Voluntary Recall of Power Supply Units

A voluntary recall for Power Supply Units (PSU) that were sourced from a reputable third-party manufacturer, the FSP Group, was originally communicated by our partner, Zebra Technologies, in December 2016. Since that time, additional reports of malfunctions were received on model numbers not included in the original recall. Out of an abundance of caution, the… Read More»

Mototrbo Capacity Max

MOTOTRBO™ Capacity Max – The Next Phase in Trunking

Whether your operation is confined to a single campus or stretches across the entire province, your communications solution should be capable of adapting to the needs and growth of your business. Bringing together feedback and real-world field testing of DMR-based trunking systems, Motorola has developed a new versatile, scalable trunking solution. The MOTOTRBO™ Capacity Max… Read More»

Zebra Technologies manufacturing solutions

How To Connect Your Entire Supply Chain

Achieving production targets “on time, every time” is the primary goal of every plant floor in the manufacturing industry. But when human error, hardware malfunctions or software failure occur, this goal quickly turns into unexpected downtime that can cost companies thousands of dollars per minute. To meet consumer expectations and deadlines, while controlling costs, every… Read More»