3M’s conceal film masks cell site wireless infrastructure
As wireless infrastructure can be a visual nuisance to its host communities, 3M’s new Conceal Film eliminates visual pollution by adhering to antennas and blending cell site equipment into its surrounding environment, with no impact to radio frequency performance and no signal degradation, claims the company. By combining several of the company’s core technologies and with its expertise in films and adhesives, the 3M Conceal Film is designed to offer an effective yet unobtrusive solution for visual pollution.
The product is a new generation of 3M’s high-performance, nonmetallic reflective film technology. The company says the Conceal Film, reflective over the full visible spectrum and capable of radio frequency transmission into the microwave range, is specially formulated with an adhesive backing that provides long life in outdoor environments and excellent ultraviolet irradiance stability. Other key attributes of the product, according to the company, include: radio frequency properties (metal-free, the film’s alternating polymeric layers reflect visible light while enabling an unobstructed transmission of radio frequency signals); and adhesion (the 3M Controltac Graphic Film with 3M Comply Adhesive system provides a simple, initially repositionable, bubble-free application using a “dry” application method).
The company maintains that “at present, many cell site expansion projects stall during negotiations involving project planners and city government. Debates over land use and visual aesthetics are common, and can cost developers and carriers valuable time and resources during the expansion process.” 3M says its Conceal Film makes it easier for carriers to place needed infrastructure and helps municipalities provide residents with best-in-class connectivity without compromising their community’s visual appeal. “The wireless industry is once again going through a new revolution where ubiquitous communications, vast infrastructure, massive connectivity, reduced latency and sustainability are the new norm,” comments Omar Flores, 3M’s global business manager. “At 3M, we have developed a unique film that allows the industry to conceal infrastructure, which enables mobile operators to deploy and blend networks for reduced visual pollution with no radio frequency interference.”
The development of the 3M Conceal Film comes on the heels of a growing demand for cell site infrastructure to keep pace with increased mobile use worldwide. According to the 2016 Ericsson Mobility Report, global mobile subscriptions are growing 3 percent year-on-year, totaling 7.4 billion in the first quarter of 2016. But that’s only one part of the industry’s growth. The same study reports mobile broadband subscriptions growing some 20 percent year-on-year, for a total of 140 million subscriptions in the first quarter of 2016. The bottom line is, mobile carriers are continually increasing capacity and coverage - building new cell sites - to stay competitive. Carriers can potentially achieve faster site acquisition by reducing the visual impact of cell sites - a major benefit of the 3M Conceal Film, claims the company.
The 3M Conceal Film was on display during the 2016 CTIA Super Mobility conference (Sep. 7-9) in Las Vegas.
Video surveillance specialist IDIS expands U.S. sales team
Video surveillance and security technology specialist IDIS announced its hiring of Brian White as the newest IDIS America regional sales manager, and the appointment of Robert Miville to the IDIS America inside sales team. White and Miville are the latest hires in the global surveillance expert’s continued expansion of its sales capacity in the Americas, “indicative of its sustained growth since its debut in the American video surveillance market in 2015,” as noted by a company press release.
A veteran of the video surveillance industry, White has over 16 years of experience in enterprise sales, business development, and forming global strategic partnerships in the information technology and physical security markets. He brings with him a background of project management across multiple installations and key accounts, with a proven track record of exceeding revenue objectives and invaluable leadership experience. White will represent and manage all IDIS accounts in the U.S. Midwest region and will be based out of Columbus, Ohio.
The latest addition to the IDIS America inside sales team, Miville has a multi-faceted background with experience in sales, marketing, network technology, and strategic planning. Miville will provide direct support to the IDIS America sales team at large, developing and maintaining relationships with integrators, VARs, and end users through demonstrations of the IDIS total solution and its products, performing lead follow-ups, and tailoring solutions to best meet the needs of IDIS clients.
Both White and Miville join a team led by IDIS America senior director Keith Drummond, who commented, “It has been an exciting year of growth since the launch of IDIS America in April 2015 and a large part of our early success is thanks to our world-class sales team in the Americas. We are very excited to welcome Brian and Robert to IDIS and their experience and enthusiasm will be a welcome addition to our already outstanding group of industry leaders.”
Cable tray flexible coupler kit eliminates need for bonding jumper
New from Thomas & Betts (T&B), the T&B Cable Tray flexible coupler kit features a bendable plate that allows for electrical continuity, which eliminates the need for a bonding jumper. According to the company, the flexible coupler kit also provides maximum horizontal installation flexibility and easy installation that eliminates the need for cutting cable tray side rails.
Other features of the new cable tray include an exterior strap that provides an accurate radius for any cable tray design requirements, formed ribs for greater cable protections, and no sharp edges. The product meets the electrical continuity requirements of NEMA VE1 and CSA C22.2 No. 126.1.
“We designed the T&B Cable Tray flexible coupler kit to be quickly and easily installed, and it provides excellent cable protection that ensures electrical conductivity without bonding devices. It is a flexible and economical alternative to the more common AU/AH fitting,” Ralph Donati, product marketing director at T&B, said.
For more information, visit www.tnb.com and select T&B on the “Brands” tab, or call (800) 238-5000.
Anritsu, TRX Systems partner to simplify in-building wireless mapping
Recently, Anritsu integrated its RF test-and-measurement equipment with the location- tracking solution from TRX Systems to create the MA8100A TRX NEON Signal Mapper, which is designed to make indoor-coverage mapping of RF signal strength easier.
Where GPS is unavailable, the Anritsu MA8100A Series solution delivers real-time 3D location information for indoor test and measurement applications. Available with 1, 3 and 5 year licenses, the MA8100A Series consists of a TRX Systems’ NEON Tracking Unit, NEON Signal Mapper Software for Android devices, NEON Command Software, and TRX Cloud Service. The MA8100A is billed by the companies as “a 3D in-building coverage mapping solution for use with all Anritsu handheld instruments with spectrum analyzer mode using channel power measurements.” Instruments supported include Anritsu’s LMR Master, Spectrum Master, Site Master, BTS/Cell Master and VNA Master units.
“The NEON Tracking Unit supports collection and processing of sensor data that delivers 3D location information,” continues the product’s data sheet. “The NEON Signal Mapper Application provides an intuitive Android user interface enabling lightly trained users to map signal and sensor information within buildings; users can initialize their location, start/stop mapping and upload/download mapping data to/from the cloud. The NEON Command Software enables creation and visualization of 3D building maps and provides centralized access to the NEON Cloud Service to access stored maps and measurement data.”
“As people become increasingly dependent on mobile devices, the importance of providing indoor wireless coverage continues to grow,” notes Anritsu product manager, Wayne Wong, in a newly available FAQ document regarding the MA8100A Series.
USB-IF announces Certified USB Charger logo and compliance program
The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), the support organization for the advancement and adoption of USB technology, has announced its Certified USB Charger Compliance and Logo Program to establish USB chargers for compliant USB Type-C devices including laptops, tablets, smartphones, docking stations, displays and other products.
The Certified USB Charger Program from USB-IF supports the evolving device and computing markets as more products adopt USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery capabilities. Certified USB Chargers, based upon the USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications, will free consumers from the obligation to purchase and maintain multiple chargers. Reusing chargers and reducing the total number of chargers needed will help minimize electronic waste in landfills. Additionally, Certified USB Chargers will be convenient and easy to use for consumers, states the forum.
“USB-IF understands consumers want to carry less equipment without sacrificing battery life or flexibility,” says Jeff Ravencraft, USB-IF president and COO. “Guided by the USB brand promise of ‘it just works,’ the Certified USB Charger Program will make it easier to share device chargers across the compliant USB Type-C landscape, whether consumers are at home, in the office or anywhere in between.”
Certified USB Chargers will resemble a traditional power brick or wall wart, provide faster charging and be interoperable with compliant USB Type-C products. Consumers are reminded to purchase compliant USB products from trusted sources that display USB-IF certified logos on packaging, in product briefs or on the cable or device itself.
“The future of consumer tech is mobility and letting technology disappear into the background,” adds Rahman Ismail, USB-IF CTO. “Certified USB Chargers will give users an interoperable power source and a seamless experience. From displays, to smartphones and docking stations, the industry is aligning behind USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery as the last wire you’ll ever need for faster charging.”
Non-compliant chargers, whether USB or otherwise, pose a risk to the functionality and interoperability of electronics, claims the forum. USB-IF compliance “means that products have met the highest standards in the industry, were certified to be compliant to the specification and have been tested for interoperability with other USB products,” said an official press release.
Learn more about the Certified USB Charger Compliance and Logo Program at www.usb.org.
R&M: Foil that reduces ANEXT also keeps cable cool in PoE applications
R&M recently stated that, after in-depth testing and investigation, it confirmed that its Category 6A WARP-WAve Reduction Patterns-unshielded twisted-pair cable dissipates heat more effectively than conventional unshielded cables in Power over Ethernet (PoE) applications.
The jacket of a WARP cable, which is characterized as unshielded twisted-pair, contains a foil that reduces alien crosstalk. “These short metal foil segments suppress alien NEXT, but do not have to be grounded, which saves on installation costs,” the company explained. Originally developed to fight ANEXT in 10GBase-T applications, WARP has now also proven its ability to keep cable temperatures down in high-power PoE deployments, R&M asserts.
“WARP cables stay cool and behave just as well as shielded cables,” said Matthias Gerber, market manager for LAN cabling at R&M. “That is an advantage when you are planning a local data network intended to include PoE.” The company added that in large installations with “massive cable bundles and PoE operation,” a WARP cable becomes less-hot than conventional unshielded (U/UTP) cables, thereby allowing a longer-distance link.
Thermal measurements on R&M’s test setups showed that the Category 6A WARP cables behaved the same as shielded (F/UTP) cables. “Whereas a normal U/UTP cable of the same diameter can be expected to heat up by a factor of around 5, the R&M WARP cable can be assumed to heat up by a factor of 3-similar to a shielded cable,” the company said.
“With small cable bundles, the difference between the cable types has only a minimal effect. In large installations involving massive cable bundles, a WARP cable can become as much as 14 degrees Celsius less-hot,” R&M stated. “The link is allowed to be as much as 11 percent longer.”
Gerber added, “With an R&M WARP cable, you have not only the ideal solution for alien NEXT but also decisive advantages for the use of PoE. Under certain circumstances, the temperature difference and the longer link can decide whether a specific installation functions or not.”
Comcast Business mounts 100G fiber-optic network expansion in Tallahassee, FL
Comcast Business announced that it has expanded its fiber network in Tallahassee, Florida to offer local businesses Ethernet services with speeds up to 100 Gigabits-per-second (Gbits/sec) and a variety of other services, including internet, voice and TV services and cloud-based computing capabilities. The expanded service offerings will support Tallahassee’s developing business climate, which landed it among the top 200 U.S. cities on the Forbes Magazine List for “Best Places for Businesses and Careers.”
“In today’s increasingly digital world, internet access and speed are critical to operations for businesses of all sizes and across all industries,” said Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum. “The expansion of Comcast’s high-speed network will serve as a strong contributor to the continued business and job growth we are seeing in our City, and overall the development of Tallahassee’s new economy.”
Comcast says its advanced network “is geared for businesses that need bandwidth to move large amounts of data for operations like video conferencing, streaming, multiple users on a WiFi network, file sharing and backup, and cloud-based applications. In addition, the network is capable of connecting multiple locations of one company to provide the same level of service across its network. Comcast’s services can also be used by businesses that need a redundant or second network for business continuity and to provide file access, backup and recovery in the event of a disaster.” This can be particularly critical to Florida businesses during hurricane season when severe weather can cause power outages or make office buildings inaccessible.
Comcast has been delivering multi-gig (up to 10 Gbits/sec) Ethernet service to businesses in Florida since 2011, and last year began offering Gigabit Pro, a residential multi-gigabit broadband service for consumers in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Jacksonville areas. In April, Comcast announced that it will offer DOCSIS 3.1-powered gigabit internet service in Florida using connections that are already in customers’ homes.
“Our network not only delivers the highest speed and capacity to Tallahassee businesses, it’s also built to easily accommodate future growth,” said Reggie Scales, vice president, business services for the Comcast Florida region. “Multi-gigabit speeds and reliability are critical for business today, and those needs are growing exponentially.”
Black Box expands Category 6A cable line
Black Box announced that it is expanding its line of Category 6A bulk and patch cables by offering additional colors and lengths.
The company’s GigaTrue 3 Lockable CAT6A 650-MHz patch cable (F/UTP) is now being offered in red, green, and yellow, in addition to the current offering of blue, gray, black, and white. This cable provides optional lockability when a locking pin is inserted into the company’s patented LockPORT boot.
Also, the company’s GigaTrue CAT6A 650-MHz UTP bulk cable (riser and plenum) is now available in green, red, and yellow 1000-foot spools, in addition to the existing blue, black, white, and gray cable. Both cable lines are ETL-verified for component-level performance as part of Black Box’s CAT6A channel.
Finally, the company’s CAT6A 500-MHz F/UTP bulk cable (PVC and plenum) is now available in seven colors. In addition to the original blue, it comes in black, white, gray, green, red, and yellow 1000-foot spools. The cable’s foil shield virtually eliminates all ANEXT worries, contends the company. All cables are guaranteed for life, covered by Black Box’s Double Diamond warranty.
“This cable expansion is in response to increased Cat 6A development rates,” says Ryan Hopkins, cable product manager at Black Box. “Color-coding network applications for easier identification is becoming standard practice with IT professionals.”
Emerson sells Network Power division to private equity for $4 billion
In August, Emerson announced an agreement to sell its Network Power business unit to Platinum Equity and a group of co-investors. The transaction is valued at $4 billion and Emerson will retain a subordinated interest in Network Power.
The sale of Network Power is expected to close by December 31, 2016, subject to customary regulatory approvals. “This agreement marks a major milestone in the strategic portfolio repositioning we announced last June,” said David N. Farr, chairman and chief executive officer of Emerson.
Farr added, “By selling Network Power to Platinum Equity, we have achieved a successful result for our shareholders as part of our plan to streamline Emerson to create a more focused company with significant opportunities for growth and profitability in our core served markets. We believe Network Power has a bright future ahead and Platinum Equity is well-positioned to help the company continue to thrive and realize its full potential.”
With revenue of approximately $4.4 billion in fiscal 2015, Network Power, based in Columbus, Ohio, is a leading provider of thermal management, A/C and D/C power, transfer switches, services and information management systems for the data center and telecommunications industries.
“I’m very proud of the relationship and mutual trust that the Emerson and Platinum Equity teams have built with one another,” said Platinum Equity chairman and CEO Tom Gores. “Emerson is a world-class company that we know shares our commitment to creating value, and this is an important investment in a business that will be a cornerstone in our portfolio. It plays to our core strengths. In addition to our capital resources, we will deploy our global operations skills to build on the foundation Emerson created and take this business to another level.”
The proposed sale marks Emerson’s second divestiture to Platinum Equity in the last three years. In November 2013 Emerson sold a 51 percent controlling stake in its embedded computing and power business, which Platinum Equity rebranded Artesyn Embedded Technologies.
“Emerson has been a great long-term partner and we are pleased to collaborate again,” said Platinum Equity Partner Jacob Kotzubei. “We have worked extensively with Emerson to customize a divestiture solution for Network Power that is beneficial for all sides and aligns with the long-term strategic goals of the business. Network Power is recognized as a global leader in infrastructure technologies and we are confident that working together with management we can further extend that position as a standalone company.”
Network Power will continue to be led by Scott Barbour, who has been executive vice president of Emerson and business leader for Network Power.
Barbour added, “We firmly believe Platinum Equity is an ideal partner as we continue to drive efficiency in our operations and invest to bring innovative products and services to our customers. The work we’ve done at Network Power in recent years ensures we are well prepared for an ownership transition and have the right foundation in place to be successful.”
Transactionally, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and Centerview Partners LLC served as financial advisors to Emerson and Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP served as legal advisor to the company.
As noted on Aug. 8 at the stock investors’ portal SeekingAlpha, Emerson “during its most recent earnings report lowered fiscal 2016 revenue and earnings estimates, as it continues to face adverse business conditions. The company, however, has been focusing on driving revenue and earnings growth by exiting low-margin businesses and focusing on higher-margin businesses. The company is in the midst of multiple business divestitures raising billions in acquisition funds that will finance a substantial acquisition of a higher-margin business in a growth market.”
Global Internet of Things testbed created in Taiwan
SIGFOX, one of the world’s foremost providers of dedicated communications services for the Internet of Things (IoT) in France, and UnaBiz, an IoT network operator in Asia, have joined French and Taiwanese officials in announcing the creation of a global Internet of Things testbed in Taiwan. With the SIGFOX IoT network as its centerpiece, the testbed will provide global IoT connectivity to Taiwan’s huge electronics manufacturing industry and demonstrate multiple applications and use cases.
The Aug. 1 announcement came at a launch event in Taipei with C.K. Lee, Taiwan’s minister of economy; Benoit Guidée, director of the French Office in Taipei; SIGFOX CEO Ludovic Le Moan; UnaBiz CEO Henri Bong and a panel of industry and government experts, including Chaney Ho, Advantech president; Wei-Bin Lee, CIO of Taipei City, and Ming-Whei Feng, dean of the Smart Network System Institute of the Institute for Information Industry.
In addition to supporting Taiwan’s goal of becoming the “Silicon Valley of Asia,” where new and disruptive technologies thrive, the nationwide network and testbed will also provide to SIGFOX the benefits of Taiwanese design and manufacturing expertise as it scales globally, Guidée said. Taiwan’s large high-technology manufacturing sector has extensive experience in developing high-quality products at competitive prices.
“SIGFOX is not only one of the best ambassadors of La French Tech spirit, it is also a large contributor to the entrepreneurship ecosystem in France through its European IoT Innovation Hub-the IoT Valley,” Guidée said. “By bridging the IoT Valley with Taiwan design and manufacturing capabilities, I am convinced that France and Taiwan have a great opportunity to shape together the future of the IoT in the world. France is thus inviting Taiwan to use SIGFOX as a gateway into a global market and, by doing so, simplifying the integration and accelerating the go-to-market strategy.”
UnaBiz, which announced only three weeks prior to the test bed’s announcement a strategic partnership with ENGIE and SIGFOX to deploy the network in Singapore, will lead the network deployment in Taiwan, which is expected to have nationwide coverage in early 2018. “This extension to Taiwan is key in our regional development strategy, because Taiwan has the largest ecosystem of devices and solutions to accelerate the adoption of IoT use cases globally,” said Henri Bong, CEO of UnaBiz.
With this rollout, Taiwan will be the 23rd country globally, the second in Asia and the fourth country in the Asia Pacific region to have SIGFOX’s two-way IoT coverage, which provides low-cost, energy-efficient connectivity for countless devices that will make up the Internet of Things. Taiwan’s six largest cities or districts, containing half the country’s population of 23.5 million, will have coverage by mid-2017, the test bed companies expect. The rapid rollout in all countries is facilitated by the fact that SIGFOX’s infrastructure is far lighter than traditional wireless network infrastructure, according to a press release.
“This collaboration between Taiwanese electronics companies, which are among the most competitive and efficient in the world, and SIGFOX will strengthen the SIGFOX ecosystem as it speeds learning and the implementation of IoT design and use cases,” Le Moan added. “It also will provide demonstrations of how SIGFOX’s seamless IoT network can foster unprecedented industrial manufacturing efficiencies that could benefit companies everywhere.”
“We will go to work immediately to create strong partnerships with key players in the local ecosystem along the whole IoT value chain, from silicon vendors to design houses and device manufacturers,” concluded Bong. “This dynamic process will spark entrepreneurial and creative responses for making the IoT come alive. As part of that process, UnaBiz will leverage on the Taiwanese ecosystem to complement SIGFOX’s global ecosystem of partners in order to offer the largest catalogue of IoT devices worldwide.”
Westell shutters ClearLink DAS brand in cost-cutting measure
Westell Technologies, a provider of in-building wireless, intelligent site management, cell site optimization and outside plant solutions, announced a comprehensive expense reduction plan and a preliminary revenue estimate for its fiscal 2017 first quarter ended June 30. The company plans to implement a program designed to reduce annual expenses by approximately $11 million, including discontinuing development of the ClearLink Distributed Antenna System, consolidating facilities in Manchester, NH and Aurora, IL, and taking additional actions to reduce SG&A expenses.
“To accelerate our path to profitable growth and positive cash flow, we are taking actions to significantly lower our cost structure including, based on our latest analysis of the market and expected return, ceasing development of ClearLink DAS. Westell will continue as a leading supplier of repeaters, DAS conditioners, antennas, and system components to the IBW market,” said Tom Gruenwald, chairman, CEO, and president of Westell Technologies.
“We believe these actions are necessary to preserve the company’s strong balance sheet and position Westell to create shareholder value. At the same time, we intend to continue to advance our turnaround by staying focused on operational discipline and execution on new products and solutions that meet the challenges of a dynamic market,” Gruenwald added.
Westell estimates preliminary consolidated revenue for 1Q17 of $14.8 million, compared to $21.6 million in the year-ago quarter and $20.9 million in the prior quarter. Cash and short-term investments were $25.3 million at June 30, 2016, compared to $29.7 million at March 31, 2016.
The ClearLink in-building distributed antenna system was launched in mid-2015. The company said the system was particularly adept at addressing the near-far performance issue.
“First quarter revenue weakness reflected a confluence of factors across our businesses, including a general slowdown in carrier spending and the adverse impact of a strike-related work stoppage at a major customer. We believe our strong customer relationships, recently announced new IBW and power distribution offerings, and opportunities in the intelligent site management (ISM) and integrated cabinet markets can provide profitable growth,” Gruenwald said.
Expense reduction actions are anticipated to be substantially completed by March 31, 2017, including workforce reductions and the consolidation of facilities in Manchester, NH and Aurora, IL.
Fujitsu acquires US-based network infrastructure engineering contractor TrueNet Communications
Fujitsu Limited announced that Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. has acquired TrueNet Communications, Inc., a prominent US-based communications infrastructure engineering contractor, for undisclosed terms. TrueNet, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, will retain its distinct brand identity through the transition into a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Network Communications.
The acquisition greatly expands Fujitsu Network Communications’ potential range of offerings as a prime contractor, and enhances the company’s ability to deliver complete, end-to-end solutions for designing, building, operating, and maintaining fiber and wireless communications infrastructure.
The companies contend that the combination of Fujitsu Network Communications’ inside plant (ISP) and TrueNet’s outside plant (OSP) expertise creates an industry leader that can deliver the design and management services necessary to support every stage of a broadband network’s lifecycle. The companies say their combined offering “reduces operational, organizational and communication silos, creating cohesive services to any organization considering investment in hybrid broadband infrastructure.”
“TrueNet’s OSP capabilities are an ideal complement to Fujitsu’s portfolio, creating a total broadband solution provider,” comments Greg Manganello, senior vice president and head of services at Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
Manganello continues, “With this ISP/OSP design control and single point of responsibility, Fujitsu can ensure a seamless, integrated broadband network and minimize project risk. As a result of this acquisition, whether customers select individual services or an end-to-end solution, we can now help them realize their visions faster. We believe that broadband turns towns into communities, states into job creators, and enterprises into powerhouses.
"Now we can help our customers harness the transformative power of broadband even faster.”
Cable dressing/bundling tool mounts to hand cart, cable reel, work platform
Developed and manufactured by Tantus Enterprises, LLC, the Bundlizer is a cable dressing/bundling solution that allows the cable to be bundled while it is being pulled and eliminates the dressing step of the cabling installation process.
Fashioned from a rugged and lightweight engineered polymer, the Bundlizer handles up to 24 cables and mounts to a hand cart, cable reel, or work platform. Easily broken down for storage and transport, the company says the tool can enable higher margin projects, faster installations, and greater cable density in racks and cabinets, with less strain on technicians and faster troubleshooting and cable replacement.
“For the past 10 years we’ve conducted complex network cabling installations for mission critical environments in top tier data centers. This technology has been patented and is now available so you can benefit from all the Bundlizer’s features,” states the company on the product’s website.
The product’s writeup continues, “Data center cabling contractors must address requests for increasing network cable density. Bundling cables greatly increases the number that can be brought into racks and cabinets. However, manual dressing of Cat 6 cable is time-intensive and painful. We developed the Bundlizer to improve efficiency and eliminate the pain associated with manually dressing network cabling. “
The Bundlizer is currently available through Anixter and Graybar “and pays for itself within the first week of use” by providing “picture-perfect installations-fit and finish is unsurpassed,” claims the manufacturer. For more information, visit http://bundlizer.com/.