Intel leads service providers in W-enabling the hospitality industry
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is offering mobility to business travelers and GITEX 2003, according to Intel Corporation. The company has been working with some of the country's leading wireless infrastructure providers, such as VTME with its SingleDigits Hotspot Solution to assist them as they roll out wireless networks in some of the city's key travel locations.
Visitors to the GITEX 2003 exhibition will have access to unique services that will allow them to remain in touch with their business throughout their stay in the city.
Over the past year, Intel has worked with several solution providers and collaborated with channel members to encourage the spread of wireless LANs as they are rolled out in various locations around the region. The last months witnessed a fast uptake in mobility, with implementations and testing in various locations such as French Connection café, More Café and the Airport Duty Free in Dubai, in addition to Virgin Megastore and the Phoenicia Intercontinental Hotel in Lebanon. Other projects are also in the pipeline in Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region.
Intel Centrino mobile technology is Intel's new technology designed specifically for mobile computing with integrated wireless LAN capability and breakthrough mobile performance. It also enables extended battery life and easy-to-carry notebook PCs. This is Intel's first integrated computing technology designed from the ground up for wireless notebook PCs. — (menareport.com)
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