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InfoComm 2022: FSR Brings Innovative Wall Boxes to InfoComm

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In Las Vegas, AVNation’s Rich Fregosa is on the InfoComm 2022 show floor with Chaz Porter, Director of Global Sales at FSR. After going through such unprecedented times, Chaz explains that the synergy and dynamic of the show have been fantastic. To say it’s great to be back would be an understatement.

Often an event like InfoComm can be an excellent opportunity for networking, but Chaz points out that the long waiting time since the last in-person show has brought people back with an intensity and a seriousness for learning about new products. 

One of the latest innovations that FSR is showing off at their booth is PWB-CMU, a project wall box for masonry walls. One of the things that FSR has found is that there are more and more projects that require customers to go through concrete walls. At this show, they’ve added to this line—now, they have a variety of products that all work for these kinds of spaces. FSR is committed to coming up with solutions to increase connectivity for their customers.

For more information on FSR’s business or products, visit their website here. You can also find them on social media, @FSR_inc. To keep up with Chaz directly, connect with him on social, @Chaz_FSR. 

More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.


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