Dallas Market Center Announces New App and Expanded Free Wi-Fi

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has launched a new and improved application as well as an enhanced campus-wide Wi-Fi network to serve buyers and exhibitors in time for the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, which starts next week.

The new mobile app for the iPhone and iPad includes live data that canbe set to automatically refresh each time the app opens, so information can update in real time. Other new features include quick searching, screen rotation, better maps, calendar integration, social media integration and shuttle and DART rail information. For those without an iPhone or iPad, the app can be seen at any information booth at DMC.

In addition, nearly 300 Wi-Fi access points have been installed along with 10 times the system's original bandwidth.

"Business success is becoming increasingly dependent on mobile devices," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "Connectivity is crucial to the exchange between buyers and exhibitors. With our new mobile app and enhanced Wi-Fi system, Dallas Market Center is at the forefront of the industry and will continue to be a leader in tradeshow technology."

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