Sean Mayse Explains Value of Samsung’s New DRM Technology Within the Hospitality Industry

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Samsung offers new technology to better serve the hospitality industry and their guests. Sean Mayse, hospitality industry expert, explains the value of Samsung’s combined software and hardware-based content protection technology.

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. announced the release of new technology expected to change the game of Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology for the hospitality industry. According to the recent Market Watch article from The Wall Street Journal, Samsung, the award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, created a remote, software-based management software for hoteliers. Hospitality industry expert, Sean Mayse, is excited to see what effect the new technology will have for hotel chains.

The Samsung technology, Samsung LYNK™, scraps the use of a hardware-based system found in traditional DRM technology and offers secure and cost effective protection. Integrated software and hardware-based management allows Samsung LYNK™ to pass encrypted content securely and without the need of costly maintenance.

Samsung LYNK™ can also be synched with in-room televisions for guests to seamlessly stream entertainment in a secure manner. Sean Mayse suggests that this shift from chip-based solutions will also save facilities cost and labor. Samsung LYNK™ eliminates the need for DRM hardware provisions and licenses and is therefore able to reduce expenses significantly for hoteliers. Sean Mayse knows from his work as Group Sales Manager at Vision One Hospitality Consultants the positive impact this would have on hotel chains.

With Samsung LYNK™, hoteliers will be able to choose from a variety of commercially available head-end equipment to effortlessly synch technology and give guests and facility management greater control and reliability. “Bringing the amenities you have at home to your hotel room is very important for the overall welcoming feeling during a vacation/overnight stay,” states Sean Mayse. “Samsung LYNK™ is also the first technology to enable guests to stream their own content from personal devices to their in-room TV in a secure manner through mobile applications.”

Sean Mayse believes the new technology will help hoteliers better serve their clientele. Besides making guests feel more welcomed and at home, Mayse states that Samsung LYNK™ will allow businesses a more reliable and cost-effective DRM technology alternative.


Sean Mayse is Group Sales Manager for Vision One Hospitality Consultants. His responsibilities include accounting, hotel operations, client care and Search Engine Optimization. Based in Florida, Sean Mayse and his colleagues consult with and market for a variety of Florida-based hospitality venues and establishments.

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