Sea Life Park gets long-range Wi-Fi

Guests can connect while in Waikiki and share their on-site experiences live online.

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Sea Life Park and Sun Global Broadband (SGB) have deployed the latest in communications technology to enhance the park visitor experience.

Visitors to the East Oahu marine park now have seamless Wi-Fi connectivity to share live video of their experiences with friends and family worldwide, post to social media, and in the near future pre-order meals and drinks remotely from anywhere within the Park.

“Fast seamless connectivity across the Park grounds will encourage social sharing and video streaming of the wide variety of the Park’s activities, whether it be interacting with the dolphins or exchanging marriage vows at Seaside Gardens,” explains Edward Sun, founder and CEO of Sun Global. 

“We are glad to work with SGB to provide Wi-Fi to our guests, allowing them to share the special experience they have at Sea Life Park with their friends and families,” says John Reilly, COO of Palace Entertainment, Sea Life Park’s corporate parent. “Now guests can stream and share every part of the visit to Sea Life Park, from the stunning seaside setting to the amazing marine life that call this place home.”

SGB’s unique Super Long-Range Wi-Fi technology blankets the park with safe, low-power service, supporting thousands of daily guests as well as special events inside and along the perimeter of Sea Life Park. The Park network also connects seamlessly with SGB’s network that spans from Diamond Head to Waikiki, providing increased touchpoints with visitors.

“This upgrade will also expand visitor knowledge of the park and allow follow-up communications to encourage return visits,” Sun says. “It also allows for live video conferencing and expanded event packages at the Wedding Chapel and Luau Venues at Sea Life Park.”

SGB has strong relationships with tour groups and airlines, as well as a partnership with NTT Broadband Platform, Inc. (NTTBP), a leading Wi-Fi service provider in Japan.

About Sun Global Broadband:

Founded in 2014 with the mission of building a wireless bridge between Asia and Hawaii, Honolulu-based Sun Global Broadband offers a state-of-the-art private and mobile international Wi-Fi network that enhances convenience for international travelers and provides a greater cultural exchange between visitors, Hawaii businesses and communities, Asia and North America. For more, visit SunGlobalBroadband.com.

About Sea Life Park:

Founded in 1964 in East Honolulu, Sea Life Park is Hawaii’s #1 marine park, where guests can enjoy the company of dolphins, sea lions, rays, sharks, native fish and more. With a focus on educational and interactive programs, Sea Life Park has been committed to the research, protection and preservation of the native marine species of Hawaii, and to educating visitors on the importance of ocean conservation and sustainability. For more, visit SeaLifeParkHawaii.com.

Free Wi-Fi photo by Paul Hanaoka on Unsplash.

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