Friday, March 19, 2010

CellAntenna To Receive Export Achievement Award

Via Sys-Con Media

Howard Melamed, CEO and president of CellAntenna Corporation, will be recognized by the U.S. Commercial Service for his company’s contributions to the U.S. trade export industry at an event hosted by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce on Monday, March 22 in Miami, FL. Jose Fernandez, assistant secretary for the U.S. Department of State, will present the Export Achievement Award certificates to CellAntenna and other recipients. Following the award ceremony and press conference, Melamed will participate as a panelist in a roundtable discussion on current trade issues.

The Export Achievement Certificate Presentation will be held on Monday, March 22 from 12 to 2 p.m. EDT.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

CellAntenna Launches New Website

CellAntenna Corporation has some big news. Today we have launched our brand new website design which should make finding the products you need to help fight the battle against poor cellphone signal much much easier. We have a brand new color scheme for our website as well as many new features to make your experience a more enjoyable one.

Some of the new features of our website:
    • Brand new search engine to help you find the exact product you are looking for. (Located on the left of the homepage.)

    • Easy navigation menus sorted easily to help you find everything you need.

    • Links to our social media sites.

    • Easy to use FAQ and Reference section to help answer any pre or post sales questions.

    • Many more new features. Browse around the site!

  • We encourage you to follow us on Twitter to stay up on the latest CellAntenna news and promotions.

    You can also leave us feedback about our new website by using the feedback link on the left side of the webpage.

    Enjoy the new CellAntenna Corporation website!

    Monday, March 15, 2010

    CellAntenna CEO Featured in Wired Magazine

    On paper, it’s a no-brainer: Prisoners have mobile phones they are using to run gangs, call friends, and intimidate witnesses. Tech companies have the equipment to jam the phones by flooding the airwaves, and prisons want to use them. But the 1930s law setting up the nation’s telecommunications bureaucracy makes such jamming illegal.

    That drives Howard Melamed, the CEO of CellAntenna, crazy. Witnesses are dying and gangs are flourishing because Congress has yet to put the Safe Prison’s Act bill on President Obama’s desk, Melamed argues. His company, which mostly sells tech to expand cell coverage inside buildings, also does some business in jammers. And over the last seven years, he’s become one of the most public faces of the campaign to rid prisons of rogue cell phones.

    “Criminals behind bars are doing what they do best which is break the law,” Melamed said. “People are being killed by criminals using cell phones in prisons to arrange hits on witnesses.”

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