TeleAdapt Ltd

July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p115
Trade Publication
Provides information on London, England-based TeleAdapt Ltd., a provider of meeting room upgrade and Internet connectivity for the hospitality industry. Provision of custom-designed in-room connectivity solutions such as the Deskhub line of products and a comprehensive range of retail minibar products; Enhancement of the value of a hotel's high-speed Internet service by the Deskhub product line.


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