InfoValue Expands Its IPTV Tech, Adds More Smart Wearables

Anna Wolfe
Senior Editor - Restaurants
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InfoValue Computing Inc. unveiled its latest IPTV technology features tailor-made to the hospitality industry.

New is InfoValue SuiteTV, including interactivities among TV, tablet, wearable and in-room controls, OTT extensions, and an advanced IPTV data analytics portal.

SuiteTV 7 increases hotel operational efficiency with the use of smart wearables that enable staff to quickly and effectively attend to guest requests without lengthy workflow processes. Guest service orders can directly transact between staff and order fulfillment by use of an IP-based smartwatch application utilized by staff members. Additionally, detailed real-time IPTV data analytics provide hotel management instantaneous decision-making insights to steer improvement processes.

SuiteTV 7 also allows hotels to effectively engage their guests through varied methods of device technology that today’s guests have come to expect. InfoValue IPTVTab compliments in-room TVs and extends guest interactions with personalized attention throughout the property, such as cabanas, lounges, etc. SmartTV and IP Set-top box support of OTT apps allow guests to view their favorite media content as they do at home.

All of these new features compliment the existing InfoValue SuiteTV IPTV solution that includes full mobile device support, network-PVR, Time-Shift TV, integrated Digital Signage, and a full range of back-office interfaces.

InfoValue SuiteTV is an IPTV solution tailored specifically for the hospitality industry. InfoValue SuiteTV offers personalized guest services ranging from comprehensive hotel service portal, high-quality HDTV Channels & VOD to network-based personal video recording (nPVR), OTT apps, and mobile video streaming. By leveraging the local IP network and IP-connected devices such as mobile devices and SmartTVs, InfoValue SuiteTV is uniquely positioned to support hotels to incorporate “quadruple play” services — delivery of TV, video, voice, and data — into their own service and information portal over the converged IP network infrastructure to simultaneously generate new revenues, increase occupancy rates, and reduce operational expenses.