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Fusion2Go Max CES 2020 Innovation Awards Honoree

Fusion2Go Max CES 2020 Innovation Awards Honoree

Posted by Dennis Findley on 7th Nov 2019

SureCall’s Fusion2Go Max signal booster for vehicles wins big ahead of the CES 2020 with patented ERT technology

Fremont, California - November 7, 2019 - SureCall, the performance leader in cell phone signal booster solutions, today announced that the Fusion2Go Max is a CES 2020 Innovation Awards Honoree in the “Mobile Devices & Accessories” category. The Innovation Awards program is an annual competition held by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)* which recognizes exemplary design and engineering amongst consumer technology products.

Fusion2Go Max Vehicle Signal Booster CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree
SureCall's Award-Winning Fusion2Go Max

Fusion2Go Max and ERT Innovation

SureCall’s Fusion2Go Max is the most powerful vehicle signal booster in its class on the market under FCC regulations. This signal booster features SureCall’s recently patented Extended Range TechnologyTM (ERT), which fundamentally changes the typical signal booster architecture to deliver a variety of performance enhancements to users.

“The Fusion2Go Max is ushering in the next generation of signal booster technology through its ground-breaking ERT technology. In the near future, we expect to saturate the Home, Office, and Vehicle markets with ERT-enabled boosters. Pound for pound, non-ERT boosters simply can’t compete with ERT boosters, as we can already see the market reacting accordingly to this new tour de force.”

-SureCall CEO Hongtao Zhan

SureCall CEO Hongtao Zhan Inc 5000
Hongtao Zhan accepting SureCall's 4th consecutive year on Inc. 5000

ERT technology is what makes the Fusion2Go Max such a game-changer in the signal booster landscape, as the patented tech spent years being developed and tested in the lab with dedicated engineers before going to market in late 2018.

The advantage of ERT is that it enables users to remain connected via call/text/data throughout more remote areas on the road, providing stronger and faster connectivity than any other solution. By minimizing cable loss while boosting a higher quality signal, ERT is able to directly improve performance characteristics such as data speed, operational device-to-cell tower distance, and the booster’s interior coverage area.

Advantages of ERT:

  • Faster data speed
  • Clearer calling
  • More simultaneous users
  • Larger building/vehicle coverage area
  • Better performance in rural locations

SureCall at CES 2020

SureCall will be exhibiting the award-winning Fusion2Go Max alongside other exciting products at the 2020 CES in Booth 30547 located within the LVCC South 3 venue as well as at the Innovation Awards Showcase located in the Venetian Ballroom at the Sands/Venetian. Click on the button below to save a reminder including booth directions to your Google Calendar.

Learn more about the Fusion2Go Max and the foundations of its ERT technology or contact us at

About SureCall

SureCall is the multi-patent, award-winning performance leader for cell phone signal boosters. Since its inception in 2001, SureCall has quickly grown to innovate at the cutting edge of the industry, winning back-to-back Inc. 5000 awards every year since 2016 as well as the 2017 & 2020 CES Innovation Award, among many other accolades. SureCall combines its patented engineering with top-quality materials and comprehensive lifetime support to provide best-in-class solutions for mobile device users to access dependable cell service in their homes, offices, and vehicles. As a result, industry leaders such as Chrysler, Marriott, NASA, and HP all trust SureCall’s FCC-approved signal boosters for their quality, reliability, and performance.

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*The CES Innovation Awards are based upon descriptive materials submitted to the judges. CTA did not verify the accuracy of any submission or of any claims made and did not test the item to which the award was given.