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China Comservice Jiangsu and InRoom Broadcasting Network Reach Agreement

Texas Business reports: AUSTIN, Texas and NANJING, China—China Comservice Jiangsu Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Communications Services Corporation Limited (CCSJS) and InRoom Broadcasting Network LLC, (InRoom) signed a five year agreement to provide IPTV and cloud computing systems and services to the global hospitality market through at least August 2017 and to share respective technology and expertise.

The agreement was signed by the CCSJS chief executive Cheng Hong Yan, and  InRoom chief executive Robert E. Holt. 

 The Agreement also set terms for CCSJS to provide the technology and capital to deploy 500,000 hotel rooms to be managed by the parties in a phased approach.  The initial territory supported by the Agreement will be the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America.

“CCSJS is a specialized corporation that is able to provide the most comprehensive package services incorporating the consultation, planning, design, construction, maintenance, supervision, overall contract and et cetera,” said Cheng Hong Yan in a prepared statement. “By virtue of deep understanding of the telecommunication industry, long-term project operating experience and excellent workforce, CCSJS could meet complex, diversified and individual customer demands at the maximum extent. The cooperation with InRoom in the hotel service market development of the U.S. area is essential to the global strategy of CCSJS.”

“The agreement is a critical step forward in the strategic cooperation and that beyond the obviously strong project financing support offered by CCSJS (which is essential to the success of a disruptive telecommunications, technology and digital media service provider), is the fact that CCSJS is the best one-stop global services company effectively covering the whole value chain of the telecommunication industry, based on our expertise and experience,” Holt said. “The defined important milestones in this strategic relationship are now our focus that we move to the detailed manufacturing and implementation of advanced systems and services with our responsible activities and the goal of continually developing significant new offerings and business models to meet growing global demand within the hospitality market, a market that certainly needs a fresh, yet proven approach to their growing consumer demands for telecom, technology and media.”