Hospitality

Wireless communications are essential in the hotel trade, both to ensure guests' requests are quickly acted upon, and to guarantee that increasingly high expectations for Wi-Fi access are met

News

Hotels invited to bring the Ruckus

Ruckus has launched the H320, its new - fourth generation - wall-mounted access point, designed to provide hotel guests with Wi-Fi.

Ruckus has launched the H320, its new - fourth generation - wall-mounted access point, designed to provide hotel guests with Wi-Fi.The ...

Sepura supplies TETRA system to second RHS site

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has chosen Sepura for a second time to supply a complete digital communications solution for one of its key visitor sites.

Supplied in conjunction with sales partner Chatterbox Ltd, the solution – comprising an MBS Lite ...

St. Katharine Docks chooses Chatterbox's CALM+

St. Katharine Docks, central London’s only marina and home to upmarket offices, restaurants and bars, has recently upgraded to a CALM+ (Chatterbox Alarm Location Monitoring) system to improve health and safety for staff and visitors.

The marina has replaced two ...

Wifirst brings the Ruckus

Ruckus Wireless has been chosen as the Wi-Fi partner for Wifirst, an international ISP specialising in the deployment and management of high-speed wireless networks and connectivity solutions. According to Ruckus the partnership will be integral to the latter company’s ...

In-Depth

Two way comms for hotels

Satisfying hotel guests’ requirements is impossible without perfect co-ordination between staff. This can’t happen without good wireless comms. Simon Creasey looks at the options for hoteliers

For hotel operators two-way radios and pagers are a godsend. Hoteliers ...

Welcome to our Wi-Fi

Hotels are embracing wireless technology, both to provide guests with the 24/7 connectivity they expect, and to enable staff to deal with requests faster and more efficiently

Hotels can be like nations within nations. The largest chains are such that you could be ...

Transmission on tour

London City Tour needs reliable radio communications to ensure the safety of its drivers and passengers. Sam Fenwick visited its Heathrow depot to find out more

You can’t go far in central London without seeing one of the ubiquitous red London City Tour buses. These ...

Twitter

Land Mobile is the only monthly publication exclusively dedicated to wireless communications for businesses. Launched in 1993, this leading industry title provides practical advice, expert opinion and commentary and insightful, informative, truly authoritative editorial.

St. Jude's Church,
Dulwich Road,
London,
SE24 0PB,
United Kingdom

MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group.