WhyReboot just announced the availability of the Paramount universal access point mount rough-in bracket WR-PMT-BKT. The rough-in bracket allows installation during pre-construction, ensuring a perfect installation once the drywall work is completed. The rough-in bracket includes everything necessary for installation and is made of ultra-refined MDF to eliminate as much unnecessary signal attenuation possible. In conjunction with the release of the rough-in bracket, WhyReboot will be offering a dealer promotion on the Paramount for a limited time.The Paramount, a one-size-fits-all ceiling mount kit, completely hides all the access points, solving many problems facing the installer and service professionals. Allowing a quick, screwless installation of an access point (AP), the Paramount brings access points closer to client devices, ensuring faster connections and reducing the number of AP units required for room coverage.The WhyReboot Paramount utilizes a patent-pending ratcheting system that secures all shapes and sizes of access points inside the ceiling within, what they say is, just a couple of minutes. The design also allows for servicing, upgrading or replacing an AP in under a minute without the scratches, dents or wear and tear associated with competitive AP mounts. The adjustable bands that hold the AP securely in place are made from an advanced material that is stronger than steel by weight, and a tension spring on the back ensures that the AP will remain securely fastened over time regardless of jostling or vibration. The magnetic cosmetic cover snaps firmly into place and can be painted or even textured to match the surrounding area and blend into the decor. There is a spacer included allowing smaller APs to be positioned with their antennas as close to the ceiling as possible to optimize performance. Integrators will appreciate the tapered pass-through openings for category cables, preventing them from falling back into the ceiling or attic space during installation.The Paramount rough-in bracket MSRP is $39.95 and here are the specs.
Following President Duterte’s directive to Congress to help cut and stamp out red tape and corruption in the bureaucracy, the House leadership has decided to call a meeting of top leaders of the chamber to discuss ways on how to expeditiously pass measures supporting the Chief Executive’s campaign against red tape and corruption. Leyte 1st District Rep. Martin Romualdez (MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)Majority Leader and Leyte 1st Rep. Martin Romualdez said the Lower Chamber is one with the President’s war against red tape and corruption. “The leaders of the House of Representatives are in full agreement with President Duterte. We are ready to comply to with his orders to prioritize the passage of legislative measures that would cut red tape and corruption,” he said in a statement.He said they are expected “to tackle other pressing complaints from the public that the House may need to address through the exercise of ourlegislative function,” citing that the investigations being conducted by the House Committees on Good Government and Public Accounts will continue.“The President stressed that any delay in the release of business permits is tantamount to corruption. Lalong babagal ang pagsulong ng negosyo. (The businesses will be further slowed down). Ang sabi po ng ating Pangulo, huwag nating pahirapan ang mga tao na hirap na hirap na sa COVID (The President said, we should not burden the people who are already suffering because of COVID) ,” Romualdez pointed out.Last Wednesday night, Romualdez, Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano, Senate President Tito Sotto and Sen. Bong Go met with President Duterte over measures that would cut graft and corruption. SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP