NxTV Showcases High-Definition IP Video on Demand in Las Vegas

  • NxTV, Inc.
  • 05.08.07
NxTV, Inc. a leading provider of interactive digital IP-based in-room entertainment and technology solutions, announced it will host executive-level demonstrations of its digital Internet protocol (IP) HD video on demand (HD VOD) solution May 9–12 at one of its five-star Las Vegas client properties.

NxTV President and COO Russell P. Reeder said, “Hospitality executives are looking for next generation in-room technologies.  These executives know that in the future, multiple hotel and guestroom systems will rely on one single converged IP network.  With converged IP networks, HD VOD, IPTV free-to-guest content, high-speed Internet access and communication with minibar, voice over IP and POS systems all leverage one converged IP network for greater cost savings, reliability, improved applications integration, scalability and increased revenue.  NxTV is delivering IP-based in-room services now and has been doing so for seven years.”  
Reeder and his NxTV team will show operators how an HD IP-based system performs to increase picture quality and revenue per room above the industry average.

NxTV’s IP VOD system allows hotel owners to take full advantage of new technology today and in the future.  Designed specifically to carry digital information securely, IP infrastructure is the only way to operate on a converged network.  Without an IP-based solution, even the digital VOD systems on the market today are not scalable or capable of integration with other hotel applications on a converged network.  NxTV’s system runs over the hotel’s existing converged IP network, which enables the property to communicate with a wide variety of in-room technologies without the cost and effort of installing and maintaining separate networks for each hotel technology.

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