Cellular Specialties, Inc (CSI), a recognized leader in the design and implementation of in-building wireless solutions, today announced that it is now a Corporate Member of the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education (ACUTA). A nonprofit organization formed in 1971, ACUTA is dedicated to the enhancement of teaching, learning, research and public service by helping members achieve optimal use of communications technologies in higher education.
The Corporate Affiliate program at ACUTA is designed to bring companies offering telecommunications and other communications and network technology products or services to the higher education market. As a member, CSI can help colleges and universities take full advantage of voice and data wireless applications by providing in-building wireless turnkey solutions that can be deployed campus-wide.
“ACUTA is the only association specifically serving college and university communications technology professional. It is the perfect outlet for CSI to become a real part of the higher education community,” remarks Kristen Kohler, Senior Marketing Communications Specialist at CSI. “We’re connected with nearly 2,000 individuals at over 800 institutions who are making a transition in telecom and are eager to see what solutions we have available to solve their wireless challenges.”
CSI (cellularspecialties.com) is a national leader in the design and implementation of innovative in-building wireless products, services, and solutions. To ensure that the optimal services are provided, CSI formed the Custom Solutions Group (CSG). Since its establishment, CSG has installed thousands of turnkey solutions successfully in a variety of industries throughout the nation. CSG also holds the distinction of being the only in-building wireless service organization approved by all major wireless service providers in the United States. CSI’s vast experience and unique approach have propelled the company to become the standard in the wireless industry.
ACUTA, the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education, is a nonprofit organization committed to being the best source for information and advice relevant to telecommunications and other communications technologies on college and university campuses. Formed in 1971 as the Association for College and University Telecommunications Administrators, ACUTA later changed its tag line - but kept its widely recognized acronym - to better reflect members' roles on campus. ACUTA is a member-driven organization dedicated to the enhancement of teaching, learning, research, and public (community) service by helping members achieve optimal use of communications technologies in higher education.