The MGM Grand Macau employs IP networking and wireless solutions from Cisco in an effort to better server guest personalization and increase staff productivity.
Casio's QT-6100 is a new addition to Casio's flagship flash ROM touch terminal product line and features FTP communications, credit-card pre-authorization and more.
The 2008 Breakthrough Awards, presented annually at Hospitality Technology's Restaurant Executive Summit, were presented to uWink, Cara Operations, and Marco's Pizza for their achievement in technology innovations, guest services, and brand growth.
Hotel 1000 is launching an interactive entertainment application that allows guests to access a virtual concierge, view photos and video and listen to music through a touch screen Microsoft surface.
YourAreaCode.com releases an advertising solution that is expected to capture the attention of the 20-30 year-old demographic through text messaging and social networking applications.
RestaurantOwner.com releases the results of a 2008 survey of over 1,100 independent restaurants that reveal the virtues and shortcomings of their existing POS systems.
The Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood, MA is using an air purification system that removes allergens and irritants from surfaces, fabrics and air flow across 10 percent of the hotel's 202 rooms.
Seattle's Hotel 1000 joins the Virtuoso travel network of travel advisors and clientele and will be able to negotiate special upgrades and amenities.
The PCI Security Standards Council releases the PCI DSS version 1.2 revisions that include clarifications and other subtle changes to ease data security implementation.
A seven-year agreement between Club Med and Alcatel-Lucent to install and manage telephony systems begins with the update of 30,000 lines in the Paris corporate headquarters.