PIPTV’s local-network IPTV solutions can be used by companies of all kinds to deliver up-to-the-minute news to decision makers, broadcasts to staff desktops, distribution of company information in public areas, and so on. Companies can use them to reduce absenteeism during popular public events by supplying live feeds to desktops and common areas (e.g., World Cup football).
Using our local-network IPTV on a campus-wide LAN, an educational establishment can provide students and staff with instant access to an almost limitless world-wide archive of instructional material in a wide variety of languages, as well as to the latest national and international TV, news, music, films and sport. With IPTV it is no longer necessary for teaching staff to compete for resource centre media such as tapes and discs.
With hotel IPTV from PIPTV guests can be provided with first class in-room entertainment with the latest national and international TV, news, music, films and sport. TV and video content can be streamed to hotel bars, restaurants and other public areas. New income streams can be created through services that are customised to guests' requirements.
Care home IPTV from PIPTV can help to enrich the lives of residents by providing them with in-room access to a wide choice of TV, recorded video and radio channels, enabling them to watch their favourite TV programmes, keep up with the latest news and sport, and listen to their favourite music. Content can be streamed to lounges, dining rooms and other communal areas for the further enjoyment of residents in those areas.
As computers have become a necessity in marine vessels structured cabling has become common-place in them, providing the opportunity for onboard IPTV distribution of live TV and radio channels as well as recorded video and VoD. Whether a craft is the size of a luxury yacht with, say, 10 cabins plus staterooms, or the size of a very large liner having thousands of cabins and suites, with IPTV we can provide both passengers and crew with first class entertainment with the latest home and international TV, news, music, films and sport. TV and video content can be streamed to bars, restaurants, lounges and other common areas, with digital signage used for passenger information.