Stampede Appointed to Serve as United States Distributor for SiliconDust
Stampede, the global leader in value added distribution, today announced that it has been appointed by SiliconDust to serve as the United States distributor of its line of network connected TV tuners, according to Stampede President & CEO, Kevin Kelly. Their award-winning products will be on display at CES 2019 in the Stampede Booth 25708.
“Over the years, SiliconDust has established themselves as the cord cutting pioneers,” said Stampede President & CEO, Kevin Kelly. “With their award-winning HDHomeRun tuners and all new all-in-one TV service, SiliconDust is well positioned to capitalize on the growing cord cutting trend in the United States. Through our partnership, we look forward to increasing their market reach, starting with this year’s CES show.”
Based in Pleasanton, California, SiliconDust is the innovator of the HDHomeRun line of network connected TV tuners. Offering global solutions to Live TV Streaming in homes, businesses, hotels, education facilities and more, SiliconDust is designed to give cord cutters an all-in-one solution for multi-room, multi-viewer, multi-device TV viewing. Their newest solution gives cord cutters the convenience of a complete TV experience in a single app that combines free live local broadcast TV, premium cable TV channels and a DVR service.
According to SiliconDust President & CEO, Theodore Head, “SiliconDust has always been committed to providing cord cutters with the best possible TV experience. With the appointment of Stampede as our U.S. distribution partner, we’ll now have the resources to present our unique solutions to more resellers in more vertical markets than ever before, and we look forward to kicking it all off at CES 2019.”
For more information, visit Stampede in Booth 25708 at CES 2019.
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