Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG) is a global not-for-profit trade association that fosters, through collaboration and partnership among hospitality professionals and technology providers, the development of next-generation solutions that will enable them to do business globally in the 21st century. Belden’s Director of Global Hospitality, John Wojnicki, sits down with HTNG’s CIO, Patrick Dunphy, to discuss Belden’s partnership with the association.
"Belden's been a great partner to HTNG. Belden has the expertise, the time commitment, and the resource commitment to be able to help you in any project that you have around ICT infrastructure."
Patrick Dunphy, CIO
Hospitality Technology Next Generation
A luxury integrated Resort and Casino developed by Wynn Resorts with 671 guest rooms and a 6-acre Riverwalk along the banks of the Mystic in Everett.
$2.5B overall project cost | 33 acres | 2,900 parking spots | 27 floor tower
Grand Velas offers luxurious suites, world-class spas, gourmet restaurants and magnificent landscapes, each resort provides an unparalleled experience to its customers. The resort chain is committed to creating a unique, restful experience for each global visitor.
750+ devices | 300+ smart rooms | 340,000 ft. category 6 cabling
Los Cabos, Mexico
Great Wolf Resorts is a chain of family-run, indoor water parks. With locations in 15 U.S. states, guests enjoy water and dry-land adventures, restaurants, arcades, spas and children’s activities.
500,000 sq ft development | 456 themed suites | 93,000 sq ft indoor water park
The centerpiece of the Texas Live! District and part of the new Texas Live! Texas Rangers field complex, this Live! By Loews hotel offers wireless service, a business center, restaurants and entertainment options.
14-story hotel | 300 luxury guest rooms | 23 suites | 671 guest rooms
At the heart of the Texas Medical Center, is this full-service, upscale hotel that blends contemporary style with sophistication and sustainable design, offering a five-star restaurant and state-of-the-art fitness center.
23-story hotel | 354 rooms | 5-star luxury hotel | 50,000 sq ft ballroom
Buildings are radically transforming to become more connected and create smart environments. Today, building owners must think about wireless infrastructure and its ability to provide increased speed and greater intelligence, and enable devices beyond the ones utilized by people.
Wireless networks rely heavily on wire and cabling – without it, our networks won't be prepared to handle IoT, growing numbers of connected devices and other changes headed our way. Attend this one hour webinar to make sure your network (and your cabling system) is ready.View Webinar