Triax, Cetis form partnership for VoIP hotel services

The partnership brings IP networking to hotels, without the need for costly new cable installations, for phones such as the Teledex M Series VoIP telephone. Photo credit: Cetis

Technology provider Triax has partnered with Cetis, a VoIP hotel phone manufacturer, to cost-effectively enable VoIP hotel phone installations over coax cable infrastructure.

“The Triax-Cetis partnership is a breakthrough in the delivery of VoIP hotel phones to hoteliers seeking high-speed Ethernet services over existing coax infrastructure,” Triax Chief Sales Officer Thorsten Spanka said in a statement. “We’re bringing all the benefits of IP networking to hotels, without the need for costly new cable installations.” 

According to John Grubb, senior VP marketing at Cetis, the partnership with Triax leverages ethernet over coax delivery of Cetis VoIP telephones to older coax-limited hotels seeking high-speed Ethernet-quality VoIP telephony, and related TV and WiFi connectivity. 

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“Multiple Cetis VoIP hotel phone design families are now available at discounted bundled pricing for installation via the Triax platform to meet emerging guest VoIP phone requirements, and hotel budgeting requirements,” Grubb said. 

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