If you are in the market for digital signage solutions and couldn't make it to last week's first ever Digital Signage Expo/East in Philadelphia, PA then you are in luck. HT was there on the expo floor to bring you the latest in digital signage solutions.
Telkonet receives four new patents for advances in power communications technology and in-room energy management solutions.
Delaware North Companies, operators of the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport. Chili's Too Margarita Bar, install uWink's touch-screen menu and entertainment terminals with the expectation to improve the experience of international travelers.
The New York Palace Hotel's upgrade of bandwidth to 100 megabytes per second makes it possible for meeting guests to download Internet content 60 times faster than with a traditional T1-line.
With several college campus locations, Toppers Pizza is seeing sales increase through the implementation of an online ordering solution that is integrated with their POS.
South Florida-based Roosters Restaurant is set to implement a next-generation technology from DineBlast Mobile, which allows patrons to order and pay for meals via mobile phones and PDAs.
The Isleta Casino and Resort selects Extreme Networks to build a converged network from the ground up that will include voice, video, data convergence, security, and wireless LAN requirements.
Green Edge Systems, Inc.'s All-In-One Monitoring wireless temperature monitoring system for food services provides monitoring services to refrigeration systems in addition to their existing alarm monitoring services without the need for upgrade their current alarm monitoring equipment.
The ARIA Resort & Casino, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas and The Harmon will debut custom guestroom automation by Control4. One-touch guestroom controls, customized guest greetings, and networked guestroom devices are just some of the technology plans.
82nd Street Wireless now offers free hosting for users of it's public wi-fi hotspot software. Restaurants and cafes can now benefit by attracting wireless guests via free online directories and by selling access.