Bulk TV to offer Blueprint RF HSIA and Wi-Fi solutions

Bulk TV has expanded its portfolio to include Blueprint RF's turn-key network systems, providing customers a secure, managed and rules-based Internet connection. Blueprint RF services are approved by most major hotel brands, and offer Bulk TV's customers the same reliability as their in-room HD television programming services.

As robust Wi-Fi services continue to be a top priority to hoteliers, Blueprint RF's solutions provide enterprise grade platforms that meet the needs of the hotel market while freeing operators from investing independently in systems, tools, IT professionals, and services. Blueprint RF's wired and wireless connectivity solutions connect over 180,000 hotel guest rooms, lobby areas, and conference centers.

"The partnership between Bulk TV and Blueprint RF can be a winning combination for hoteliers who are looking to streamline technology services and concentrate on guest services," says Ron Peterson, CEO of Blueprint RF. "Bulk TV's continuous growth in television services, combined with a move by hoteliers towards delivering Internet-based content to the television, provides a fantastic combined skill set for delivering the future of guest room entertainment and Internet services."

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Bulk TV has been DirecTV's provider of the year for the past eight years, and currently provides service to 400,000 guestrooms nationally.

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