Archive for April, 2011
TiVus is moving fast on the install at the Philadelphia hotel owned by Host Hotels & Resorts (which is the largest real estate investment trust group in the country, in case you forgot). Apparently, now 500 rooms are live at the hotel, which is over a 1/3 of the hotel’s total rooms. The projected completion date is sometime late in the summer of this year. Keep in mind the TiVus install crew is working in tandem with the hotel’s remodeling crew, so the speed isn’t entirely up to TiVus. Check out the full release below the fold or on TiVus’ Site. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s really exciting when Quality Stocks does a feature on Tivus, discussing the potential Tivus has for growth and expansion in the hospitality industry. QualityStocks focuses on “companies that have huge potential to succeed in the short and long-term future.” Their membership board is exclusive and invitation-only, and represents some of the more savvy investors on the internet.
My favorite line from QualityStock’s post has to be this one: “The company’s integrated platform stands far beyond the competition”. Go check out the full forum thread on QualityStocks and read all the comments, I think you’ll enjoy it too.
After today’s release of Tivus’ Q1 2011 Review, a lot of IPTV, technology, and business blogs have started to pay a little more attention to Tivus. It’s about time everyone started to notice the potential of Tivus, but I guess once you can start saying thousands of guests have used Tivus, people realize the potential. (I’ll post more as I find them)
The author highlights a lot of the things that we try and point out to investors and reporters whenever we talk. They point out the Host Hotels agreement shows Tivus “has recently begun to strengthen its foothold in the industry by landing this sort of arrangement with Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.”. They even go so far to say that “The word “undervalued” is often tossed around too frequently in the stock market”, but that Tivus actually deserves the moniker. I suggest you go read the story, which you can find by clicking here.