Hospitality Trends

Wi-Fi in Hospitality

October 31, 2022

Wi-Fi in Hospitality
Hospitality is an extremely challenging
environment for designing and deploying Wi-Fi
networks. The client device population of the
guests literally changes on a nightly basis, so
there is a constant barrage of new and unknown
devices that are using the network. It is also quite
common for guests to have multiple client devices
(i.e., laptops, tablets, and smartphones) connected
simultaneously, and to use their own devices
for entertainment, such as streaming media from
Netflix or Amazon Prime. Guests expect the same
level of experience that they are used to at home

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whitePaper | February 1, 2022

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whitePaper | June 1, 2022

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whitePaper | November 21, 2022

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whitePaper | October 31, 2022

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Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is owned by the Indigenous Land Corporation and manages tourism and resorts on their behalf. With a strong commitment to social responsibility, all profits from our business activities go towards supporting Indigenous training and employment across Australia.

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