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PCT International, Inc.'s Wholly-Owned Factory Certified as HDMI® Adopter by HDMI Licensing, LLC

PCT high speed HDMI cables pass stringent testing at HDMI Authorized Test Center (ATC) in accordance with the HDMI Compliance Test Specifications. Customers easily recognize PCT HDMI high speed cables truly deliver excellent audio and video with lasting q

MESA, Ariz., Feb. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PCT International, Inc. is pleased to announce its wholly-owned factory in Yantai, PRC, PCT Broadband Communication Co., Ltd., has been named as a Certified HDMI® Adopter by HDMI Licensing, LLC, the agent responsible for licensing the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Specification. As a certified adopter, PCT is authorized to design, manufacture and sell licensed products meeting the HDMI specification.

"HDMI technology is the global standard for connecting high-definition equipment and as a certified adopter, PCT is positioned to remain ahead of our competition for current and evolving standards.  For long service life, highest video resolution and audio fidelity, our engineers utilize advanced materials and features not found in common HDMI products.  PCT's HDMI cables are specially designed to have industry leading shielding performance for noise immunity, corrosion and UV protection for long life, UL certification for safety, low dielectric constant insulators for high speed and connectors with grip providing a secure connection," said Leonard Visser, PCT Vice President of Engineering.

PCT's 28 AWG and 30 AWG high speed HDMI cables passed stringent testing at the HDMI Authorized Test Center (ATC), in accordance with the HDMI Compliance Test Specifications.  PCT first self-tested its HDMI cables in accordance with the current HDMI Compliance Test Specification.  PCT submitted each licensed product to the HDMI ATC for evaluation.  With ATC certification in place, PCT's own rigorous quality control procedures continue ensuring its products function correctly, fully comply with the HDMI Specification and Adopter Agreement and interoperate with other products.

PCT's HDMI cables are future-ready and are able to support extremely high video resolutions going far beyond today's 1080p systems such as 4K Ultra High Definition Television (UHD TV).

"As a world leader in last mile products for the broadband industry, this certification further demonstrates our on-going commitment to offer our customers products and services with the highest quality performance and long-term reliability.  As an official Certified HDMI Adopter, customers can be confident our HDMI high speed cable truly delivers excellent audio and video with lasting quality and performance," said Jon-En Wang, PCT CTO.

PCT's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Yantai produces and develops a complete line of innovative, best in class products for the broadband industry. PCT's transmission and connectivity products are deployed worldwide via its cable, telephone and satellite service provider customers.  PCT also owns and operates two additional state-of-the-art factories in the United States of America and Vietnam. PCT's three factories engage in the complete manufacturing processes such as RF engineering, R&D, quality control, product management and manufacturing, and training services for the telecom / broadband industry.

(HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and/or other countries.  For more information, please visit www.hdmi.org.)

Contact:
Jon-En Wang, CTO
480-813-0925

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SOURCE PCT International, Inc.

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