New Technology at Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center

Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) has recently upgraded the venue’s events technology. Advanced Wi-Fi infrastructure allows users to upstream/downstream up to 10 Gbps through 485 unit access points available all over the convention center and hotel which can be set to WDS (Wireless Distribution System), support LAN over Wi-Fi with LAN port with UTP Cat 6 and also digital signage monitors that support text format, picture and video.

The latest addition is fibre optic network, available in all function rooms, that enables real-time audio visual and raw data transfer between rooms, or simultaneously real-time viewing of two or more events held in different rooms.

“Our priority is making our client’s event successful by delivering the best customer experience. We believe that when the technology meets the diverse range of skills of our professional team is the most important matter,”  said Yasinta Hartawan, BNDCC General Manager.

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