PORTLAND , Ore., March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Catcher Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CTHH), (http://www.catcherinc.com), a leader in ruggedized integrated mobile computing and Wi-Fi/Wi-MAX communication platforms announced the installation of their largest Vivato Network Solution to date.
Wireless connectivity is key to the hotelier's guest experience plan and operational business model. As an example, 2-way radios standard in most hotels will be replaced with VoIP phones; guests will be able to access data services throughout the property; and via their own network switch, the hotelier will offer guests VoIP devices to make wireless calls at a fraction of the domestic rate card.
The Catcher/Vivato system's unobtrusive and rapid installation, in this instance approximately one month, gives the resort developer the luxury of retaining natural environments while not sacrificing state of the art conveniences like high bandwidth wireless connectivity regardless of whether guests are on the championship golf course, sunning beachside, or having dinner at a 5-star restaurant.
"The hospitality industry continues to expand the use of wireless for their guests into areas like pools, extended outdoor venues, and golf courses, which are not easily covered with traditional wireless access points. We believe we are paving a new path for extreme wireless connectivity within master planned resorts," commented Gary Haycox, Catcher Holdings Chief Executive Officer. "Use of our systems offer significantly reduced wireless infrastructure costs and the ability to deliver sufficient amounts of bandwidth to support all forms of wireless devices, be they computing, VoIP, or entertainment based. Our systems also enable the resort operator to create a revenue center while guests benefit from less expensive rates than with standard wireless calling plans. We anticipate an exceptional future relative to the hospitality industry and master planned communities."
About Catcher Holdings, Inc.
Catcher Holdings, Inc. is a leading provider of standards-based solutions that address high-speed mobile computing for the harshest and most demanding application environments. The company combines Vivato(TM) Networks patented Packet Steering(TM) phased array Wi-Fi base stations with the CATCHER(R) family of rugged mobile client devices to meet the needs of customers in a wide range of markets including military, homeland security, integrated public safety, municipal, transportation and logistics. The capabilities of both product families provide synergies in mobile application solutions such as, location-based, biometric management and live video surveillance/communication systems.
Vivato Networks, a division of Catcher Holdings, Inc., is a wireless systems infrastructure company utilizing innovative signal processing and antenna design to deliver patented Packet Steering(TM) phased array Wi-Fi base stations. Vivato's unique patented technology uses a smart phased-array antenna to create highly directed, wide area Wi-Fi, enabling cost-effective, large-scale indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi deployments for metros, government, military, homeland security, integrated public safety, transportation logistics, construction sites, warehouses and universities. Vivato Wi-Fi base stations are able to reach Wi-Fi clients at distances over 2.6 miles at 11mbps (4 kilometers) with longer ranges possible in ideal topographies. Additional information about Vivato Networks is available at http://www.vivato.com.
Catcher is headquartered in Portland , Oregon, with research and development facilities in Austin, TX . Additional information on Catcher Holdings, Inc. can be viewed at http://www.catcherinc.com.
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