Westin Tampa Harbour Island advances wireless capability

Westin Tampa Habour Island hotel is advancing its wireless capability with ExteNet Systems. ExteNet's network at the Westin Tampa Harbour Island now supports 2G, 3G and 4G LTE services for AT&T Wireless. The network was designed to ensure multi-carrier and multi-technology support, allowing for additional carriers to be easily added to the network.

Throughout the implementation, ExteNet worked in very close coordination with building management, and integration with the overall venue interior design ensured that the overall aesthetics of the building were maintained.

MGM Resorts, Omni, and Hilton hotels are also working with distributed networking company ExteNet Systems to upgrade and enhance their wireless networks. As wireless technology plays an increasingly larger role in hospitality, user behavior continues to evolve and wireless networks are witnessing exponential growth in mobile data and video traffic, according to ExteNet.

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