Through its Umaxx.TV entertainment brand, SuperCloud International has launched 5G TV service with in-home service apps for internet-connected smart TV service, according to a statement from SuperCloud. The company’s founder, Jim Devericks, said that the technology for the convergent cloud access system results from more than 15 years of research and development.
Supercloud said the Umaxx 5G home internet service is top-grade, faster, stronger and superior to traditional 5G service. It said that with the service, consumers can have enhanced high-speed connectivity, high-resolution images, premium entertainment and customizable packages.
“We are using military-grade, 5G Internet service, because we have fostered alliances with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon to combine the 5G IoT networks from each carrier and to provide consumers with a rich, multidimensional and truly personalized TV experience,” Devericks said.
Umaxx.TV also is an internet service provider under the three carriers — AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon — and a mobile virtual network operator, according to SuperCloud. It said that Umaxx’s 5G TV and 5G home internet service have tested at download speeds in excess of 2 Gbps on the customer’s premises equipment devices that they offer to consumers.
“The way we see it, consumers are ready for change — no more satellite dishes, no more cable boxes, no more unsightly wires,” Devericks said. “Umaxx.TV represents the revolutionary future of TV and home entertainment. We have integrated traditional cable TV, IPTV and streaming into one powerful game-changing solution.”
More than 80 percent of homes in America have at least one smart TV, according to Statista (www.statista.com). To enjoy the Umaxx service, consumers must subscribe to the 5G home internet service with Umaxx by downloading the application to a smart TV and establishing an account, SuperCloud said. It said that the Umaxx applications are offered on Amazon Firestick, Apple TV, Google Play for Android, LG, Roku and Samsung. Consumers, who do not have smart TVs, SuperCloud said, may purchase a set-top box from Umaxx to subscribe to the service.
“Consumers may choose the package that suits them best,” Devericks said. “Presently, customers will need to purchase adaptive equipment such as the Nighthawk Netgear Hotspot Pro, the Inseego FG2000 or the Inseego FX2000 (5G modem-router combinations) from Umaxx. These devices enable consumers to plug and play and enjoy this 5G home internet service, while the strength and download speed are delivered through the Umaxx 5G military-grade internet solutions.”