Wood, Derek
July 2003
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2003, p178
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's views on the changes in hotel telecommunication systems in Europe. He reveals that the digitally encoded cordless telephony (DECT) is still used in some four and five-star hotels, although some hotels have ventured into Internet protocol (IP) solutions and LAN telephones. The author believes that hoteliers that are adapting to the advances in technology have the advantage of rightly marketing its business.


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