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Caesars Palace bets on Net phones, biometric IDs

The Las Vegas hotel will offer VoIP phones and biometric keys in all guestrooms of its newest tower scheduled to open later this year. CIO Carol Pride told Silicon.
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Written by David Grober, Managing Editor on

The Las Vegas hotel will offer VoIP phones and biometric keys in all guestrooms of its newest tower scheduled to open later this year. CIO Carol Pride told Silicon.com: "That tower is going to be there for decades. And you only want to pull wire once. Better to do it now than in five years' time." While cost was a factor behind the Net telephony move, Pride cites hardware and operability as the main drivers. The company also considered but rejected any wireless deployments for security reasons...

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