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Give Hotel Guests What They Demand: The Best Digital Experience

A robust website, the use of mobile devices by guests and hotel staff, and cloud-based back-office, CXM and operational systems all require hotels' put in place a strong network infrastructure.

Hotels and Resorts: The Benefits of Beacons

When used correctly, beacon technology can personalize the hotel experience and improve the hotel's bottom line.

In addition to core hardware costs, there are three primary factors to take into account when calculating total cost of ownership of any DAS system.

AT&T is providing wireless access points, equipment, installation services and 24/7 guest support for Wi-Fi at Choice properties.

The acquisition expands Cox Business’ network solutions for hotels nationwide.

During holidays when call volume is high, the hotel can monitor it in real time and move staff from low volume to high volume areas.

OLAN contributes to hotel's sustainability goals by eliminating thousands of feet of cabling, plastics, PVC and associated fiber management.

Scalability, flexibility and cost savings are just a few reasons why hoteliers might want to consider distributing AV signals over existing IP networks.

The Exterity IPTV system includes in-room guest services such as welcome messages, channel list, weather forecast, information on local attractions, the ability to order room service through the TV, RSS feeds and more.

Ted Helvey to serve as industry expert panelist for session focused on how emerging voice command technologies are revolutionizing the hotel industry.

Partnership allows hotel to offer digital signage for wayfinding and TV/video entertainment in each guest room.

While a reliable, strong Wi-Fi signal is necessary within a hotel, guests and hotel staff also need access to strong cell signals.

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