VoltServer was excited to be included as one of the major technology features described in the recent Las Vegas Circa Hotel opening. The hotel focuses on clean air and clean facility operation in a post-COVID environment. As quoted in the Las Vegas Review Journal by co-owner Greg Stevens, ”Digital Electricity™ is more reliable than the traditional version,” Greg says, “and very, very clean.” Should the hotel lose power, guests may not even notice. “Really, for a guest,” he says, “even in a full power outage, you’re going to have Wi-Fi. You’re going to have your thermostat. You’re going to have some communication devices — the phone, iPad — and a couple of lights.”
Farukh Aslam is a real estate developer in Fort Worth who is currently remodeling 3 Historic buildings in downtown Fort Worth. In late 2013 he bought the Sinclair Building, an art deco masterpiece built in 1929 and on the National Register of Historic Buildings, to redevelop it as a luxury Marriott Autograph Hotel. During this time Aslam was exploring low voltage LED lighting.
When electricity stays within its designated circuit, power flowing along its expected path, amazing things happen. Electricity injects life into almost all of the modern conveniences we enjoy today. When electricity leaves its designated circuit, however, either through loose connections or an unsuspecting person touching an exposed wire, tragedies can happen. But what if the circuit was smart enough to stop the flow of electricity in the split second when dangerous amounts of electricity begin to escape?
Optical LAN technology has gained significant market share in recent years. VT Group has already deployed GPON connectivity at classified government projects, health care and corporate facilities, and some of the largest resorts in North America.