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W-DMX™ Tackles Social Media via Facebook and Twitter

W-DMX™ Tackles Social Media via Facebook and Twitter

wireless_fbt.jpgWireless Solution Sweden AB has always valued the variety of outlets to spread the word about its solutions for transmitting its reliable interference-free wireless DMX signal, W-DMXâ„¢. Now the company joins the new wave of social media by hosting pages on facebook and Twitter.

“People are getting information from so many sources these days, and often turn right to their cell phone or laptop for the latest news,” says Niclas Arvidsson, CEO of Wireless Solution, “We want to be as current and convenient as our products.”

The facebook page can be found at or just search “Wireless DMX” or find Twitter at and search “wirelessdmx”. In addition to news stories, the sites will post training schedules, trade shows, Wireless University seminars and other relevant information. Those with technical questions are asked to direct them to for an immediate response.

“We think this is a great way to stay in touch with the public,” adds Arvidsson, “as well as a way for them to stay in touch with us. We're looking forward to growing these sites and using them in creative new ways to benefit everyone.”

W-DMXâ„¢ by Wireless Solution Sweden AB has become the world standard for wireless DMX, winning awards on both sides of the Atlantic. W-DMX “outshone the rest” in an independent test (Lighting & Sound International). Specified with perfect results in high-profile lighting projects everywhere, W-DMX has been used for lighting the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver; the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) Headquarters in Kuwait; Andrea Bocelli live at the Colosseum; Times Square in New York City; the Nobel Prize Banquet; the Berlin Wall 20-year Anniversary; and many more.

For more information about W-DMXâ„¢ by Wireless Solution, visit

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