In March of 2014, Calgary, Guest-tek finalized its acquisition of major rival, iBAHN for $13M. For nearly two decades the companies competed as providers of network technology and interactive solutions for the global hospitality industry. With the acquisition, Guest-tek has effectively doubled in size and its customer base to more than 3,500 hotels in 85 countries. As the acquisition proceeds, HT talks to Arnon Levy, CEO of Guest-tek, about how the company will manage merging operations, and what products and services hoteliers can expect.
Hotel executives discuss the solutions they are using to provide robust, secure connectivity for both guest-facing and back-office networks across property.
The 10th annual Hotel Technology Forum offered insights and valuable networking opportunities centered around the themes of loyalty, connectivity and integration. Here HT recaps just a few of the many highlights from HTF 2014.
ONEvision Hotel IPTV solution is now also available as managed service offered by Telco companies.
Hilton Worldwide has selected SONIFI Solutions to provide content services for guests.
One View Media from Guest-tek provides HD free to guest programming at Mohegan Sun.
According to Hospitality Technology's 2014 Lodging Technology Study, more than two-thirds of hotels are planning to upgrade their networks in the year ahead. From meeting guests' bandwidth demands to installing IP-based operational systems, hotel connectivity is a top priority. Here HT magazine showcases two solution providers – Sonifi and INNCOM by Honeywell – that are focused on helping hotels leverage their networks for maximum investment. (Sponsored)
Streamsong Resort has chosen Guest-tek programming to provide unique guest experience.
Innspire's guest media streaming was tapped as the most innovative technology by Hotel Technology Next Generation.
The Dylan Amsterdam has selected the Viggo platform, transforming the in-room television into an interactive media and communications center.