09.10.20

HTA welcomes Pulse-Eight as Platinum Supporting Brand

Pulse-Eight HTA

The Pulse-Eight Group, consisting of the Pulse-Eight and Zektor brands, has joined the Home Technology Association (HTA) as a Platinum Supporting Brand.

The HTA is a service that connects homeowners with the most reputable and qualified AV installation professionals in the home technology industry. Currently only in North America, the organisation is planning to expand into Europe and APAC in 2021.

HTA members are paying integrators who can utilise the service of the association to have their work qualified and vetted. It also gives them a platform to advertise to potential clients and showcase previous projects, as well as many other tools available to them.

Being a Platinum Supporting Brand gives the Pulse-Eight Group the ability to sit on the council and have a say on the future of the technology, as well as advising on install best practices in a very fast-moving sector. In addition, Pulse-Eight are able arbitrate on other manufacturer members joining from the same space. 

The Platinum Supporting Brand title also ensures Pulse-Eight’s and Zektor’s products are front and centre when it comes to brand selection for homeowners and integrators. 

For residential and commercial applications, the Pulse-Eight Group offer products consisting of both simple video and audio distribution with proprietary CEC control to Advanced 4K 60Hz video solutions with full audio management that works with all major third-party control solutions. 

“Bringing our products and service to HTA members is something I’ve longed to do for some time,” said Martin Ellis, CEO of the Pulse-Eight Group. 

“Becoming a Platinum Supporting Brand not only affords us a unique opportunity to reach out and work with HTA members directly by offering by offering the very best solutions to their clients, but also as a Platinum Supporting Brand, it gave us the unique opportunity to help guide and shape our industry with the help of all the members and fellow supporting manufacturers.”