Interel expands footprint and offerings

Interel releases of a series of new global products as well as the establishment of a local presence in Asia and the Americas. The company's online room management system allows hotel operators to optimize energy monitoring and consumption.

The portfolio of room control units (RCU) becomes even more powerful with the release of a series of new RCUs, which deliver expanded and flexible configuration options efficiently enabling a wider array of guest room environment features, interactions and experiences. One of these new features is a smart lamp option that provides guests with full bedside lamp functionality even when the master light switch is off.

Interel has also introduced a new series of customizable wall and tabletop room control panels, which now incorporate a range of leading third party power and connectivity options. In addition, Interel has released an expanded creative palette for hotel designers with new options for panel finishes, colors and icon layout designs.

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Interel has seen exceptional growth over the past six months as a result of strong demand for its products and services. In February this year Interel appointed Silvio Reale as ceo Asia Pacific, which saw the company enter a number of business hubs in the region including Hong Kong, Jakarta, Macau and Manila. In September, Interel appointed Michael Cohen as SVP key accounts, who will be leading the company's market entry into the Americas.

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