ADB enhances its vuTyme in-room-entertainment product

ADB's vuTyme IRE solution

ADB introduced vuTyme 4.4, a robust in-room entertainment system packed with scalable features supporting all hotel tiers, from economy to luxury. vuTyme 4.4 is fully customizable and contains three choices of user interface, enabling hoteliers to apply their unique branding guidelines to unify the look and feel for guests. Each feature-set contains advertising campaigns, digital signage, and local/hotel program channel.

"With vuTyme, ADB continues to raise the bar on the possibilities of what an in-room entertainment system can and should offer," said Chris Dinallo, ADB CTO and GM, Americas Business TV. "We built vuTyme in 2011 as a solution that would transcend the typical in-room TV viewing experience. Today, vuTyme continues to be digital based, agnostic to video transport and delivery, and built to lower the total cost of ownership.”

vuTyme also streamlines transaction-based processing to enable hoteliers to create new services and revenue-generating capabilities. vuTyme 4.4 delivers live TV, video on demand, pay per view, concierge, digital signage and targeted advertisements plus it offers features such as searchable interactive program guide, over-the-top services access like screencasting from guests' devices, direct-to-guest messaging through the TV, local attractions map with QR code, pause/rewind/fast-forward live TV, and more.

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