Smart home tech company Savant has teamed with their network of integrators to donate $50,000 to support the World Health Organization’s (WHO) COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
In May, the company announced its plans to donate a portion of X2 proceeds. In July of this year, Savant began shipping the new Pro Remote X2 in Rose Gold and Jet Black finishes, committing a portion of all 2020 proceeds to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
“I am proud to report that Savant’s integrator channel supported this effort in a big way and today we are able to announce the donation of $50,000 to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund led by the World Health Organization (WHO),” said JC Murphy, Savant President. “I want to recognize those integrators that participated in this critical initiative, helping to support communities all over the world and simply say thank you. Because of their support, Savant will be donating $50,000 to the United Nations Foundation this holiday season.”
The Savant X2 delivers a full range of control for Services and Scenes, including Entertainment, Lighting, Climate, Shades and more. And with Siri voice control, color control, with Savant TrueImage lighting, plus the ability to select different video tiling layouts right from the screen, no remote experience delivers more power with such simplicity.
The Savant X2 empowers users to effortlessly personalize the smart remote experience, including adding and organizing icons for control of Favorite Services, Favorite Channels and Savant Scenes. The X2 remote can be tailored for the functionality to the room or to the individual user, making interaction with smart home features a breeze for every member of the family.
The Savant Pro Remote X2 provides users with quick access to the all-new Savant Home App for Apple TV, a groundbreaking smart home control center displayed on a TV screen.
The X2 features an all-aluminum chassis, sleek, easy-to-press backlit buttons and a 3.1-inch high-resolution glass touch screen.
Savant’s donation supports the WHO’s efforts, along with key partners, to track and better understand how the COVID-19 virus spreads, ensuring that patients around the world get the care they need and frontline workers receive essential supplies and data.
The WHO also supports vital research working toward the development of a vaccine and treatments for all impacted by the pandemic. Anyone interested in learning more about the organization and supporting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund can visit here: www.covid19responsefund.org