Hospitality Industry Network Solutions

Redefining Hotel Connectivity for the Future

Fiber to the Room Hospitality Solutions

Fiber to the Room Hospitality Solutions

For business and leisure travelers alike, reliable connectivity has become the expectation in our increasingly connected world – and when properties struggle to deliver, guest satisfaction and brand loyalty are negatively impacted.

A fiber to the room solution makes multiple, independent copper-based systems – and their costly, disruptive rip-and-replace cycles – a thing of the past. It gives hospitality properties an environmentally friendly network infrastructure that is ideal to accommodate today’s connected device usage and is easily upgradeable to address tomorrow’s network demands.

With flexible, space-saving options to fit properties of any size, Corning’s hotel-ready, operator-grade, fiber-based network solutions provide Ethernet, cellular coverage on all major carriers, and the capacity to meet guest expectations of today and needs of and tomorrow.

Resources for:

Property Managers

We are helping Property Managers enhance their guest experience with the adoption of a fiber deep network topology.

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IT Network Administrators

Learn how we are providing IT Network Administrators with solutions capable of handling the many end applications your hotel properties need. 

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Resource Highlights

Solution Stories

Featured Case Study

Featured Case Study

Resorts World: Unlocking the Potential of a Connected Experience

Corning, along with KLA Labs, helped Resorts World build the largest hotel property the strip had seen in over a decade. With a focus on guest and employee experience, Corning was able bring a fiber-rich, fully integrated network with 5+ connected devices to each room.

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From The Signal Blog

Fiber to the Slot Machine: Fiber Backs Vegas’ Newest High-Tech Casino Resort

In a city defined by its eye-popping flair, it takes an especially bold effort to stand out from the pack. Since opening in 2021, Resorts World Las Vegas has done just that: as the first new resort property to join the Las Vegas Strip in over a decade, the facility features an array of groundbreaking technologies that take hospitality, gaming, and entertainment to a whole new level—and it’s all made possible by an extensive fiber optic infrastructure.

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Creating the Hotel of the Future

Every hotel guest has certain expectations when they book their stay. They expect top tier customer service, affordable prices and ample amenities – and chief among them is fast, reliable Internet. Guests are more likely to complain about shoddy Wi-Fi than delayed room service or a late check-in.  Technology in the hospitality space is rapidly evolving, and hospitality companies need to reimagine what the hotel of the future looks like to keep up with visitors' expectations.

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How Fiber-Deep Networks and 5G Can Help the Hospitality Industry Recover Post-COVID

Few industries were hit harder by the pandemic than hospitality, with one study showing nearly four million jobs lost. Even with the expected economic boom due to pent up travel demand, the industry will take years to fully recover. But it’s also an opportunity for hospitality to build back better. Simultaneous with the industry’s recovery will be the widespread rollout of fiber-deep and data rich networks like 5G and WI-FI 6. (5G networks, for one, are likely to cover 40% of the world by 2024.) These networks can support technologies that help hotel guests feel safer post-pandemic, and enable the industry to lay the groundwork for other high-tech services in the future.

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