Exterity and Sony offer choice of IP or RF channel hospitality systems with latest integration

Exterity and Sony have announced they have been working together to extend the reach of their integrated hospitality system – comprising Exterity’s ArtioGuest interactive guest experience portal and Sony Bravia Pro Displays with Built-in Tuner– by enabling properties with a traditional RF network to offer the same level of in-room guest entertainment service as those with an IP-based network.

This latest collaboration builds on the existing relationship between Sony and Exterity and is a natural next step for these two brands as they strive to offer a first-class service to hotel operators and their guests.

The RF-based system is able to provide the same level of functionality as an IP-based system, including access to a wide range of local and international TV channels and movies, as well as a full, secure casting capability with Chromecast.

With the addition of Apps like Netflix, Prime, Stan, Disney+ and more, properties can offer their guests a truly unique solution and enhance the guest experience. The RF-based system is simple and cost effective to deploy, manage and support, as there is no need for a new IPTV Head End or IP switch network. It also means there is no need to re-skill or re-train engineering and maintenance staff.