The Shelbourne Hotel Dublin partners with Acentic to meet the BYOD and BYOC needs

Acentic is installing its top of the range in-room technology, Panorama NG into all 265 guest rooms at the five-star Shelbourne Dublin, a Renaissance Hotel.

Acentic Panorama turns hotel TVs into interactive media hubs supporting the BYOD (bring your own device) and BYOC (bring your own content) revolution as more guests carry and connect multiple devices. Using Acentic's Push & Play application, guests can now view and stream movies, favorite music or video content from their own devices to their in-room TV.

“As one of Dublin’s most distinguished hotels we pride ourselves on our service levels, so it is vital to deliver the latest in hotel technology to keep our guests happy,” General Manager Stephen Hanley from The Shelbourne said. “Installing Panorama with Push & Play means we are able to offer an exceptional product which allows guests to essentially bring a vital bit of home with them when they visit us.”

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