Samsung connected guest experience

Hospitality & Leisure Learn how Samsung can modernise your hotel to provide a seamless and personalised experience for every guest. Use digital automation to offer guests a personalised & connected experience • Increase customer satisfaction by providing the best guest experience. • Digitally enable brand authenticity to gain customer loyalty. Expedite and simplify your guest’s check-in process Fresh off the plane, guests can quickly check in from the taxi on the way to the hotel through an app on their Mobile Device. Check-in information will be immediately sent to the phone, after which it can be conveniently used as a digital room key. Guests just simply have to tap their phone against t

Understand, plan and prepare your wireless network for the future, today!

The Internet of Things (IoT) is forcing IT decision-makers to take on increasingly important leadership roles in their organizations, acting as trusted advisors tasked with guiding the effective integration of an ever-expanding portfolio of connected devices that communicate with each other. In order to do so, those decision-makers must ensure they have the right technology infrastructure for those devices to communicate effectively and efficiently. With growing trends like BYOD and mixed-device environments, enterprises now more than ever depend on solutions that drive optimal and efficient wireless work environments by providing additional levels of security, voice and video quality, and s

Is your WiFi a cut above the rest?

1.When was the WIFI invented? In 1991, NCR Corporation with AT&T Corporation invented the precursor to 802.11, intended for use in cashier systems. The first wireless products were under the name WaveLAN. 2.What is Wi Fi short for? Wi-Fi is simply a trademarked term meaning IEEE 802.11x. The false notion that the brand name “Wi-Fi” is short for “wireless fidelity” has spread to such an extent that even industry leaders have included the phrase wireless fidelity in a press release. 3.Where is our new wireless apprentice – Rufus Raki? If you find him and follow him, he will connect you to a “free to hair” wireless connection!

Intel's new chips are for Smart cars and The Internet of Things

Another move away from PCs to invest in connected device tech. Intel has been investing in IoT for years, playing catch up to compete with companies like Qualcomm that got to the market early and saturated it with their chipsets. But a declining PC market pushed them to make more drastic moves, cutting 12,000 jobs back in April to refocus on IoT and data centers, which made up 40 percent of their revenue last year. Continuing that commitment, today Intel announced two new Atom processor lines: the E3900 series for connected devices and wearables along with the A3900 for smart auto apps. The E3900 will be Intel’s IoT workhorse for applications in multiple industries, prioritizing which proces

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