Orem, UT (USA) January 2, 2007 -- Ad Hoc Electronics,
a complete wireless solutions provider, has partnered with Bountiful WiFi to
promote "The Most Powerful Wireless Router Allowed by Law," to the hospitality industry.
The Bountiful WiFi router available from Ad Hoc Electronics provides an ideal
solution for hotels seeking to deliver strong, reliable wireless Internet access
to their guests. The router's innovative technology offers a constant
and abundant wireless signal at an affordable price. Implementing the Bountiful
WiFi router can increase customer satisfaction and help hotels provide guests
with one of the most desirable hotel features in this Internet-reliant world.
"The Bountiful WiFi router
is the most powerful wireless Internet router allowed under FCC regulations,"
said David Egbert, President and CEO of Bountiful WiFi. The Bountiful WiFi router
outputs a signal that is just less than the 1,000 milliwatt maximum limit allowed
by the FCC. Other routers commonly have an output signal that is only 100 milliwatts
strong. The Bountiful WiFi router features a built-in booster/amplifier that
delivers twice the range and reliability of other units on the market.
Ad Hoc Electronics is making the Bountiful WiFi router even more appealing
for hospitality businesses. The wireless solutions provider has added to the
strengths of the router by offering high gain antennas that are compatible with
the device. High gain antennas add 10% greater range to the router, allowing
the longest possible range from one Bountiful WiFi router.
With Ad Hoc Electronics' high gain antennas, the router's signal
strength, and its 1200 ft. range, the Bountiful WiFi router is especially fit
for the hospitality industry. One router placed on a hotel floor can provide
reliable internet connections to all the guests on one or multiple floors in
a resort. The router provides a cost-effective solution for establishing a resort-wide
network that requires little maintenance.
Bountiful WiFi routers can be used to provide reliable high speed internet
access to all a hotel's guests. Rooms on the third floors, even in the
farthest corners from a Bountiful WiFi router can enjoy the benefit of a wireless
signal running at 54 MBS and generally showing full or excellent strength. The
same holds true for rooms located next to elevators or directly above the pool.
Such locations would usually disrupt a wireless signal and make it less effective,
but this is not the case with the Bountiful WiFi router.
One prominent hospitality provider, Four Seasons, will soon be implementing
Bountiful WiFi routers in its resorts. Two hotels in Lanai, Hawaii will be fitted
with the routers in order to provide internet access to all rooms and public
areas. "I ordered a Bountiful WiFi router to test its capabilities and
was pleased with the results," said Sen Drumev, director of IT at Four
Seasons. "Four Seasons is always looking for ways to please the customer;
the customer is most important."
According to Steve Oldaker, current general manager of Comfort Inn & Suites
in North Salt Lake City, UT, "The three key benefits of the Bountiful
Router are its strength, coverage and dependability. . . The Bountiful Router
consistently outperforms other products."
The Bountiful WiFi router offers simple installation and maintenance along with
its many other features. Bountiful WiFi is currently developing repeating and
bridging technologies to extend the router's capabilities. For additional
information or resources about the Bountiful WiFi router, please visit the following