New deal boosts connectivity for Penn

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Penn Entertainment has announced plans to boost cellular coverage and capacity across its hotels and casinos by partnering with Tillman Digital Cities.

TDC will utilise the Solid Alliance 5G Distributed Antenna System platform to provide advanced data services to guests. The neutral host network infrastructure will support the national public safety network FirstNet as well as all mobile network operators.

The partnership will extend nationally across the US, but the first stage deployments are already live at Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, and Argosy Riverside Casino in Riverside, Missouri.

“We’re excited to partner with Penn Entertainment and bring our top-of-the-line connectivity to all of their locations across the US,” said TDC COO Joel McIntyre.

“TDC’s solutions for connectivity enable Penn Entertainment to better serve their employees and guests, creating a more seamless digital experience.”

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“We’re committed to enhancing every guest experience,” said Carlos Figueroa, vice president of infrastructure for Penn Entertainment.

“This was a key factor in our decision to work with Tillman Digital Cities. TDC cares deeply about the customer experience, which enables our venues to offer exceptional hospitality and consistent, best-in-class connectivity service to our guests.”

“Seamless connectivity is the lifeblood of today’s hospitality experience and we are gratified to support TDC in the delivery of this amenity for Penn Entertainment’s patrons,” added Scott Deweese, SVP and GM, SOLiD Americas.

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