IPTV and its application in hotels

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Several hotels have improved their service and facilities by adopting modern technologies and advanced appliances and equipment for their guests to use. Some of the most noteworthy upgrades include upgrading large televisions to slim plasma, LED or LCD monitors. These new televisions typically depend on cable TV and satellite subscriptions that provide a wider range of channels and shows for guests. But the most tech savvy hotels are now a step ahead – they have begun using IPTV solutions to give their customers even better viewing experience. IPTV stands for & # 39; internet protocol tv & # 39; and it delivers television programs via streaming, with an internet connection.

All TV manufacturers (including Samsung and LG) sell advanced LED and LCD TVs that support IPTV, making this technology more accessible to the hospital industry. With IPTV, your hotel can offer advanced media services through video on demand and complete IP entertainment solutions. Having better media and entertainment services can also improve the image of your brand because it allows you to create a more personal and attractive in-room media experience.

IPTV can be the solution for smaller hotels and resorts that want to provide better media experiences to their guests. With the help of high-end middleware and a good IPTV system, hotels can provide branded services like time-shifted TV, video-on-demand, and a feature that allows users to watch any show they want at any time and so much as they want. IPTV allows you to provide more shows and content cost-effectively, while incorporating features and interactivity, typically not available to small businesses.

IPTV offers many other benefits to hotels. Improved image quality with minimal distortion and noise is a remarkable advantage. Hotels can also cross and divide different products and services through IPTV, or use the technology to allow guests to easily communicate with the main server for information on room service, billing and services such as car rental and laundry. Some systems also allow you to create personalized services as a welcome message with the guest's name. You may even be able to serve special offers and other promotions, as well as local information, news and weather through in-room TV in your company. The user portal is usually easy to edit and rebrand based on your marketing goals. Apart from providing your guests with a wide range of TV and radio channels, you can also request room service, set up waking up and even check out and via their TV.

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Source by Nick Pesegov