With the aim of offering users rooms in which they feel comfortable, and enjoy a personalized experience like at home, Televes has developed a series of services and products that will allow them to arrive at a hotel and configure, in a matter of seconds, all media services.
All this, through ArantiaCast, the content streaming that will allow its users to feel at home. And it is that, its telecommunications infrastructure is specially designed for the hospitality sector.
The hotel sector is one of the pioneers in embracing the new technologies developed, and from satellite television to the present day, we have witnessed a great evolution, passing through the Internet, DTT, or the integration of audiovisual services.
For this reason, the company wanted to review the evolution of telecommunications in the hotel sector:
- 1980 – The arrival of satellite television. With the passage of time and the greater implementation of satellite television, this service became common in homes, so obviously its presence in hotel rooms went from being an extra to a basic for both the companies in charge of its management as well as for its clients. Aware of this, those companies dedicated to the design, development and manufacture of telecommunications solutions, such as Televes, soon undertook a business effort focused on providing hotels around the world with products specifically designed so that they could offer the best service to their customers. clients, and thus increase not only their volume of business, but also their perception.
This has been the evolution of the hotel sector in telecommunications
- 1990 and 2000 – Internet is incorporated in hotels. It is at this time, the 1990s, when the new revolution in telecommunications, which would later be a disruptive agent in almost every facet of our society, was none other than the Internet. In this way, in a world in which almost all hotels and homes already enjoyed or could enjoy satellite television, the technology that made the difference in terms of telecommunications was the personal computer connected to the network.
- 2005-2010 – Digital Terrestrial Television. Digital Terrestrial Television took advantage of all the advantages of digitization, despite the redundancy, to offer better image and sound quality, a more stable signal and, above all, a greater number of channels with which to keep us and inform us, in what that it would suppose the first great technological revolution of the television in several decades. Its implementation in our homes would reach the point of being mandatory from a legislative point of view, meaning that, obviously, we could all enjoy these advantages with the purchase of a new television, or a small decoder that we attach to the existing one.
- 2010-2020 – All the multimedia services in our homes, anywhere. Currently, the progress of digitization is such that our homes have ceased to be generic dwellings minimally adapted to our requirements, to become places that fully respond to our day-to-day needs. This has meant that, for some time, nothing could equal our home in terms of comfort and entertainment; which, for the first time in history, widened the difference in this aspect between our house and the hotels, to the detriment of the latter.
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism