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Sofitel Saigon Plaza Turns to Nomadix for Improved Guest Internet Experience

Nomadix | September 10, 2019

Luxurious Vietnamese hotel deploys Nomadix solution to increase bandwidth, streamline management and control, and improve the overall user experience. AGOURA HILLS, Calif. – September 10, 2019 – Nomadix, Inc., a provider of guest-facing cloud-managed network edge devices, has announced the successful implementation of its industry-leading Wi-Fi solution at the Sofitel Saigon Plaza (SSP). The 5-star hotel, located in a quiet enclave of Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City, features 286 luxurious guest rooms and suites in addition to several restaurants and meeting spaces. To better manage guest Wi-Fi access, Sofitel Saigon Plaza management s...

McLaren Technologies Flexes Fully ‘Fluide’ HSIA Solution for Schwartz Hotels in Australia

McLaren Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. | June 22, 2016

Sydney 22 June 2016 – McLaren Technologies has crafted a customised Internet solution for one of Australia's largest private investor hospitality entities, the Schwartz Family Company (Schwartz). Schwartz owns more than a dozen hotels in key destinations across Australia from regional spots such as the Hunter Valley and Blue Mountains to central CBD addresses in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. "In hospitality today, connectivity and customisation underpin any great guest experience," said Dr Jerry Schwartz, principal of Schwartz. "Our challenge for McLaren was to unite the hotel division of our business online from a reporting and...

Australia’s Hamilton Island Improves Connectivity with Complete High-Speed Internet Access Solution from Nomadix and McLaren Technologies

McLaren Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd | June 17, 2016

Hamilton Island is located off the northeastern coast of Australia in the Great Barrier Reef. With its own airport, extensive convention and exhibition space, and a range of retail shops and luxury hotels/resorts, Hamilton Island is a popular destination for tourists and business travelers alike. Additionally, most of those people who work on the island also reside on the island. Challenges With a variety of venues spread out over a wide area, Hamilton Island needed a high-speed Internet access (HSIA) solution that could provide quality Internet access for both guests and staff across the entire island. The previous HSIA solution wa...

Blueprint RF Files Inter Partes Review to Invalidate Five Nomadix Patents

Blueprint RF | November 10, 2015

ATLANTA (November 10) - Blueprint RF (Hospitality Core Services, LLC), a hotel Internet service provider, announced today that the company has filed Inter Partes Reviews (IPRs) with the United States Patent Trial and Review Board (PTAB) to invalidate five patents held by Nomadix, Inc. If Blueprint RF is successful all of these patents could be found invalid. The five patents which have been submitted for review include U.S. Patent Numbers: 6,636,894; 8,156,246; 8,266,266; 8,266,269; and 8,364,806. All pertain to portal page redirection, which occurs when a guest initially connects to the Internet at a hotel, airport or other public acce...

Have Internet? The Lawsuit the Entire Hotel Industry Is Watching

Trevor Warner | August 11, 2015

By Trevor Warner As an update to our first article on the lawsuit filed by Nomadix against Blueprint RF, a federal judge ruled allegations of deceiving federal patent examiners could go forward against Nomadix Inc., an NTT Docomo Company. The allegations are counterclaims by smaller rival and defendant Blueprint RF which Nomadix accused of patent infringement. Chief among the accusations is an alleged infringement on the concept of a captive portal page. The page is what a user sees when logging into a hotel, airport, coffee house or any other Wi-Fi system that requires log in. The ruling in the U.S. District of Central California turn...

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