Spending on technology in new GCC hotels to top $290m

29 April 2009

Spending on communications and technology infrastructure for new hotels in the Gulf in 2009 and 2010 is forecast to exceed $290m, according to research by Proleads. Spending on communications infrastructure, which includes cabling, telephony, hotel management systems and hotel room TVs, will peak this year in the UAE at almost $81m but decline in 2010 to just over $46m. Qatar will also record a slight fall from $5.7m this year to just over $3m in 2010.

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