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Five IT Considerations for the Media-Centric Hotel Room

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Five IT Considerations for the Media-Centric Hotel Room

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The TV is the design and media center of the hotel room. It’s the first thing your guests see and has the greatest impact on the overall impression of an establishment. This infographic looks at five key considerations for IT in delivering a superior guest experience with smart hospitality TVs.

The TV is the design and media center of the hotel room. It’s the first thing your guests see and has the greatest impact on the overall impression of an establishment. This infographic looks at five key considerations for IT in delivering a superior guest experience with smart hospitality TVs.

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Five IT Considerations for the Media-Centric Hotel Room

  1. 1. Five IT Considerations for the Media-Centric Hotel Room The TV is the design and media center of the hotel room. It’s the first thing your guests see and has the greatest impact on the overall impression of an establishment. Hoteliers must meet or exceed the technology that their guests already have in their living rooms. The New Focal Point Built-in screen sharing technologies allow users to bring their own media and eliminate the need for hotels to supply in-room speakers and docks for mobile devices. Keeping up with consumer expectations for a Smart TV experience is critical to guest satisfaction. Implementing the latest display technologies helps reduce energy consumption, providing cost savings that can add up. Unleashing the best content available requires the proper digital rights management (DRM) and infrastructure. Growth of the “Second Screen” Quantifying the Savings: Now multiply that by 300 rooms... The Consumer Electronics Association provides simple guidelines to easily determine the ideal screen size for a given room: 2 10’x12” = 120” Convert to inches 120” / 3 = 40”minimum3 Divide by three for minimum size 120” / 2 = 60”maximum 4 Divide by two for maximum size Design & Industry Trends unlocking content options 41% of tablet owners watch content in their bedrooms Social MediaWeb Surfing Top ‘Second Screen’ Activities Shopping TV design for hoteliers comes down to maximizing the experience and providing a living room environment within the constraints of room size and setup. 45” TV running for 5 Hours vs LCD 131w LED 88w LED TVs TCO Savings up to 30% 300x Annual Electricity Cost of CCFL-backlit LCDs: $6,264.00 Annual Electricity Cost of LED-backlit LCDs: $4,518.00 LED-Backlit Saves $1,746 (Average simulated hotel environment)vs LCD LED Benefits of IP vs. Coax Eliminates Set-Top Boxes Cost Effective Simplifies Install Future-Proof Centralized Management/Updates Average Unit Screen Size 2010 33.2” 2015 (projected) 39.2” 10 feet Viewing distance in feet 1 Optimum TV screen size is between 40 and 60 inches. Average Unit Pricing Costs 2014 $450 2010 $650 Effective DRMsolutions are necessary to provide the latest content. save money, increase reliability, enhance quality, simplify administration/remediation. To learn about Samsung’s line up of Smart Hospitality TVs with energy-efficient LED technology and interactive content management solutions, visit samsung.com/hospitality Based on comparison between Samsung LED and previous generation LCD models. VS. 40%of Americans homes subscribe to streaming video services In-room bandwidth and video-on-demand are top two areas of dissatisfaction for hoteliers Source: Nielsen (2015) Hospitality Technology Magazine (2015) Source: Niesen (2014) Source: Arris (2014) Source: Nielsen (2014) More Visible Image, Same Footprint 50” TVs 189.3 square inches of additional screen area 2” Bezel 20.5”20.5” 39.6”39.6” 811.3 square inches 811.3 square inches 0.5” Bezel 24.5”24.5” 43.6”43.6” 1000.6 square inches 1000.6 square inches Source: IHS (2015) Source: NPD (2014) 84% of Americans engage in other digital activities while watching TV. Design Technology Smart/Internet Connected TV3 2 1 Content Management 4 5 Mobile Device Support and Screen Sharing VS. 54%of Americans projected to have Internet-connected TVs in their homes in 2015 16%of hotels have Smart or IPTVs in guest rooms Source: emarketer (2014) Source: Hospitality Technology Magazine (2015) © 2015 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. All rights reserved. Samsung is a registered trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All products, logos and brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Screen images simulated. This infographic is for informational purposes only. Samsung makes no warranties, express or implied, in this infographic.

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