5G is a controversial and divisive topic for sure. While many agree this is the next logical step in the evolution of mobile data, there are a number of sources out there claiming there are problems. A number of people and publications have spoken out, pointing the finger of blame for a variety of ailments directly at 5G.
Before we dive deeper into content delivery it’s key to understand what is happening in the content provider landscape. One word you will hear in the video, and in many other places is unbundling. Unbundling is something that effects both On Demand content providers and Liner (Channel) providers.
It’s clear to remember that not all guests are the same. As such they will behave differently in the hotel, and also come with different expectations. This is not another post about millennials vs GenX vs Boomers, no we are talking more about guest acquisition.
One of the biggest challenges of providing a Hotel TV system that will wow the guests is providing a solution that acts just like their systems at home. This obviously has challenges, because as Nick alludes to later in the video, you are essentially creating 100/200/300 "homes" within a hotel.
It’s clear that Hotel TV has been a moving target over the years. As Darren quite rightly pointed out, there was a point when walking into a Hotel room, and being about to watch the latest movies releases on the Hotel TV was something quite impressive.