Roomlinx today announced it has completed the installation of its iTV system at Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, a 450-room luxury hotel, replacing the Hyatt's dated pay-per-transaction video-on-demand (NASDAQ:VOD) service.
Roomlinx iTV is a high-speed Internet integrated solution that will provide Hyatt guests with access to movies and TV programs through Netflix, Hulu, DISHOnline, Xfinity, HBO GO, and other online sites.
Michael Wasik, Roomlinx CEO, said that latest research from Nielson indicates a decline in demand for VOD and strong increases in online viewing, such as on smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
Because of its integration with the Internet, Roomlinx iTV caters to these trends by providing users' access to a variety of information, entertainment, and business productivity options through the high-definition LCD TV, including social media sites; online music services such as Pandora; Web games; local dining, shopping, cultural, and entertainment venues; edit or print documents, spreadsheets and presentations; and interact with hotel staff such as front desk and housekeeping.
"[Roomlinx iTV] is a differentiating technology that will not only improve the guest experience, but will also reduce costs associated with VOD delivery and drive revenue growth for the property," Scott Mason, general manager of Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center stated in the press release.
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