MOXY Milan selects Otrum for its smart technology solutions and guest Wi-Fi

The new Moxy Milan Malpensa Airport in Italy has selected Otrum to provide its smart technology solutions and guest Wi-Fi network. In the hotel, which opens Sept. 1, each room will have a 42-inch smart TV by LG, powered by Otrum Enterprise Smart integrated with Apple TV for AirPlay guest connectivity, Bluetooth sound bar, as well as a dedicated in-room Wi-Fi hotspot.

Otrum's smart technology solutions are designed to meet the needs of the rapidly emerging millennial traveller, with peerless guest connectivity options and device independent, guest-facing systems. Guests staying at the Moxy Milan will be able to enjoy a truly unique and ground- breaking technology experience.

Following extensive research on the rapidly emerging millennial traveller and a response to their unique needs, each hotel will be designed with the latest technology so guests can connect amidst inviting social spaces. From the dedicated Wi-Fi hotspot in each room, Bluetooth soundbar and brilliant smart TV, to the Apple AirPlay and MiraCast screen and content sharing, easily accessed through Otrum Enterprise Smart.

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