North American Cable Equipment Announces Winter Stimulus Program

North American Cable Equipment, Inc. (NACE) has announced the Winter HARP Stimulus Program - Headend Asset Relief Program - for qualified dealers.

Under HARP, dealers can purchase pre-built headends with deep discounts on assembly costs at $9 per channel and crating costs at $25 per rack. Further, NACE is offering an equipment stimulus in the form of a $200 discount for 20-channel systems and $350 for 35-channel systems. Incentives continue with a $100 activation bonus of qualified SMATV properties and a 3-year warranty on all Cabletronix products used in the headend build.

To participate in HARP, dealers must:

  • ship and activate systems by Jan. 31, 2011;
  • purchase all equipment from NACE; and
  • activate the system through NACE.

Interested dealers should contact NACE for additional information.

NACE pre-built headends are designed and professionally assembled by NACE's experienced technical staff, built with quality materials, and use color-coded headend cables with compression F and RCA connectors (no adapters are used). All headends are balanced and tested to specific design requirements with components and cables conveniently labeled for easy identification. Completed headends are shipped in wooden crates with vibration-proof inner packing.

"Although a number of vendors offer pre-built headend services, none come close to NACE's quality and competitive value" said Aaron Starr, North American Cable Equipment's president and CEO. "The HARP incentive program is a stimulus at an opportune time that raises the value bar without compromising quality. This is a clear value-add to dealers and commercial properties wanting the ease and benefits of pre-built headends," continued Starr.

North American Cable Equipment, Inc. founded in 1992 with headquarters in West Chester, Pa., and sales and distribution facilities in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Missouri and Nevada, is a leading supplier of electronics, cable, installation materials and technical services to the data, security DBS, CATV and communications industries.

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