Bulk TV partners with Samsung for integrated TV solutions

Lights, thermostats and more will all be commanded by an almost desktop-like interface built into the TV, which will even remember guest preferences.
Samsung Hospitality TVs and installation services will complement Bulk TV and Internet's DirecTV coax and IPTV content delivery platforms. 

Bulk TV & Internet partners with Samsung Electronics America, Inc. to offer Samsung Hospitality TVs and installation services as a complement to the company's DirecTV coax and IPTV content delivery platforms. 
The further diversification of Bulk TV's product offering simplifies vendor management for hotel staff plus offers additional packaged discounts. Hoteliers can benefit from substantial equipment and installation reductions when they bundle the purchase of Samsung Hospitality TVs with a DirecTV Technicolor COM2000 headend system and the Samsung Reach 4.0 content management aolution featuring a customized user interface and interactive program guide. 

For a limited time and with a minimum purchase of 50 TVs, hoteliers can enjoy complete solution discounts, which include:

  • 50 percent Samsung Reach 4.0 content management solution 
  • $500 Samsung Reach installation credit 
  • $20 per TV off standard installation from Bulk TV 

Additionally, Bulk TV will apply any applicable and current Samsung promotion towards a qualifying Samsung Hospitality TV purchase. 

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"Samsung and Bulk TV are partnering to provide hoteliers with affordable solutions that elevate the guest experience and yield greater customer satisfaction," Jonas Tanenbaum, VP of Samsung's Hospitality TV division, said in statement. "The Samsung Hospitality TVs with Reach 4.0 Content Management Solution along with the Bulk TV installation provides an avenue for any hotel, at any size and infrastructure, to implement technology that hotel guests have come to expect."

Bulk TV continues to evolve as an industry leading integrator of free-to-guest satellite TV systems, IPTV platforms, and over-the-top content delivery solutions.  Bulk TV provides various options to personalize the user experience, and each custom-engineered system includes design, project management, installation, remote monitoring and live technical support. 

"Bulk TV and Samsung share the same vision to deliver a superior in-room entertainment experience and leading edge technology for the guest, as well as a seamless integration for the hotel," said Craig Snelgrove, Vice President of Business Development for Bulk TV. "This limited time package makes the transition more economical than it has ever been making it advantageous for properties to upgrade their TVs and free-to-guest offering at the same time."

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