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    by Published on 04-22-2014 05:45 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Commercial,
    3. Misc. Gadgets,
    4. Cell Phones,
    5. TV Antennas,
    6. Auto/Marine,
    7. Satellite,
    8. Surveillance,
    9. GPS,
    10. Data/Networks,
    11. Online/MobileTV,
    12. MoCA



    We're looking for top people. If you have the skills to provide solutions for TV and cellular service to to the top companies, the richest customers, and the most exotic locations in this country, Signal Connect is looking for you!

    Signal Connect is Solid Signal's corporate arm, and its only mission is to provide a better communication experience. We speak your language, and whether you're on a boat, in a skyscraper, a bar, a hotel or even an apartment building we have a full line of solutions ready to make your life better. There's only one problem...

    We need more professionals. We are looking for proven winners, people with a background in telecommunications who can knock it out of the park every time. People who know people AND know technology, that's what it takes. And if you're ready to go the extra mile for your customers, that's not enough -- we want someone who will go the extra TEN MILES!

    Signal Connect has affiliates, installers, and pros all over the USA and if you're looking to be one of them, what are you waiting for? Give us a call today at 866.726.4182 and let's make this thing happen!
    by Published on 04-18-2014 01:08 PM



    Remember those days of Monica Lewinsky and dial-up modems? The world looked awfully bright back then to people who were imagining the future. Of course, they were stuck with their VCRs and newspapers and land lines, so you have to imagine there was room for improvement.

    This article at Paleofuture talks about ten predictions that were made about our future, and some of them are really... accurate. A supercomputer in your pocket? Check. GPS? Check. Hybrid cars? You got it. Not everything on the list is as spot-on, but for people who were looking to a future they didn't understand, they got a lot of stuff right. Of course a lot of those things were in the research phase in 1996 and didn't hit the mainstream until much later, but for the most part the article doesn't miss the mark. No mention of flying cars or robot butlers or starships here.

    Sometimes it's fun to look back and think about what our lives were like back then, not so long ago but amazingly so devoid of the trappings of modern life. What would you do without your smartphone, your DVR, your Viagra? Read the article and think about that.
    by Published on 04-17-2014 07:58 AM
    1. Categories:
    2. Satellite
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    Image: Allen Haley, DIRECTV

    One more and we'll be a legacy... At DIRECTV's annual Revolution show, Signal Group was once again recognized as Midwest Commercial Dealer of the Year. This is a huge honor and shows that DIRECTV really appreciates innovation and hard work. Our team has worked ...
    by Published on 04-11-2014 12:51 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Online/MobileTV
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    Netflix's recommendation engine is usually so good that we take it for granted. It watches not only what you watch, but how much of it you watch, and pays attention to your ratings too. Netflix successfully broke down the traditional genre system by creating hundreds of sub-genres like ...
    by Published on 04-09-2014 11:33 AM
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    Looking good! We've completed our 2014 overhaul and we're proud to give you a new look at the best content on the web! Our research shows that more and more of you are viewing on mobile devices or on the web so we've made it even easier for you to get the content you want!

    The redesign ...
    by Published on 04-04-2014 03:08 PM



    Oh, those kooky Japanese companies. While people in other countries may wonder why Americans have such an affinity for cinnamon and cold soda, we're left looking right back at their culinary choices with a mix of shock and disgust.

    This time we're looking at the "Gari Gari Kun" brand of flavored frozen treats, the sort of thing you'd call "popsicles" if that weren't a trademarked name. Their latest flavor, "Spaghetti Napolitana" combines the taste of fine southern Italian cuisine with a freezer and a stick.

    Before you think this is some sort of joke, check out the source article at Dramafever, a site that specializes in Asian culture. It sure seems to be a real thing, complete with "tomato jello bits." (Before you say "ew" at least stop to wonder for a second why they can use the trademarked word "Jell-o" but not "Popsicle.")

    You just have to wonder.
    by Published on 04-02-2014 01:14 PM



    And you thought we just sold stuff online? If you think Solid Signal is just a place to go for a splitter or cable, you're in for a big surprise. Signal Connect, our commercial arm, is not only the top DIRECTV dealer in the Midwest region, it's the top installer of marine satellite systems. Signal Connect creates custom packages for sports bars, hotels, apartment complexes, even small offices.

    The best part about Signal Connect is our motto: "We speak your language." It means we have experts who know your business and we are ready to take care of your particular needs. It's personalized service, it's an attitude that says, "we're ready to roll up our sleeves and get it done for you." We back that up with national service backed by billion-dollar companies like DISH, DIRECTV, KVH, Winegard and Wilson Electronics. We partner with the best in the business, and we speak their language too -- our certified techs work hard to make sure you're getting exactly what you need.

    If you've ever thought of doing a high-end home theater or commercial TV setup, if you've ever been to a hotel where the TVs still have wood paneling on the sides, if your dentist's office doesn't give you live TV while you're getting a cleaning, then you know of a need that Signal Connect can satisfy. All we're asking for is a chance... why not let us try to help!

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