Tech Alliance to Design Coney Island IT Infrastructure

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April 12, 2010

TECH ALLIANCE AND CENTRAL AMUSEMENT INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR STATE OF THE ART FIBER OPTIC NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE AT CONEY ISLAND'S NEW LUNA PARK AMUSEMENT PARK.

Tech Alliance and Central Amusement International announced today plans for a state of the art fiber optic and wireless network infrastructure at Coney Island's new Luna Park. The network will be used to enable completely cashless proximity card ride access, point of sale purchases and arcade games. The system will enable Luna Park to allow complete public free unrestricted access to the property during operating hours. Customers will then purchase either per ride OR pay one price access at several secure ticket booth locations in the park or on-line. Mobile kiosks, streaming video, CCTV, IP Telephony and other advanced technologies are also planned using the system.

The re-incarnation of Luna Park often referred to as Luna Park 2.0 because of the legendary original which operated on the site from 1903-1944 is part of New York City's $150 Million plus redevelopment of Coney Island and represents the first of three parcels comprising 6.2 acres to be developed by Central Amusements International.

Tech Alliance is one of New York City's leading Information Technology design and build firms. Established in 1987, their unique approach in combining the design, installation and maintenance of technology infrastructure has made them one of New York City's most respected technology firms. Service offerings include the consulting, design, build and maintenance of physical network architecture, low voltage cabling, data centers, CCTV, IP telephony, access control systems. Other NYC projects include: The Pierre Hotel renovation, Rockefeller & Company, The Signature Theatre redevelopment, Technicolor Labs and Jack Morton Worldwide.

CAI currently operates two amusement facilities including Victorian Gardens at Wollman Rink in Central Park and Minitalia Leolandia Amusement Park in Capriate San Gervasio, Italy. Zamperla, which is providing the rides, is the largest manufacturer and designer of amusement park rides in the world and creates nearly 200 rides annually for parks including Disney Parks & Resorts, Morey's Piers, Legoland, Knott's Berry Farm, Universal Studios, Cedar Fair, Six Flags, Sea World and Merlin Entertainment Theme Parks.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Todd Stevens/Lee Lemus (TECH ALLIANCE) (212) 727-2100 leelemus@techally.com
Lee Silberstein (CAI) (212) 889-0808
David Lombino/Libby Langsdorf (NYCEDC) (212) 312-3523

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Tech Alliance to help Taj Hotel Group Renovate Pierre Hotel

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March 22, 2008

TECH ALLIANCE AND THE TAJ HOTEL GROUP ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR STATE OF THE ART COMPUTER NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE AS PART OF THE RENOVATION OF THE PIERRE HOTEL IN NEW YORK CITY.

Tech Alliance and The TAJ Hotel Group announced today plans for a state of the art fiber optic and wired network infrastructure for the upcoming renovation at The New York City landmark hotel. The network infrastructure will be used to carry Video on Demand and interactive television, both wired and wireless Internet access, Local Area Networking, Telephony and CCTV security. The system will enable the complete elimination of all COAX cabling throughout the building as well as bringing high speed 10Gigabit Fiber Optic cabling to all 40 floors.

The renovation of the landmark Pierre Hotel on Central Park and Fifth Avenue, now entering its second phase, will cost an estimated $100 million. All 200 guest rooms, suites and grand suites will be completely rebuilt with all new fixtures, electric service and telecommunications infrastructure.

Tech Alliance is one of New York City's leading Information Technology design and build firms. Established in 1987, their unique approach in combining the design, installation and maintenance of technology infrastructure has made them one of New York City's most respected technology firms. Service offerings include the consulting, design, build and maintenance of physical network architecture, low voltage cabling, data centers, CCTV, IP telephony and access control systems. Other NYC projects include: Rudin Management Company, Technicolor Labs, Rockefeller & Company and Jack Morton Worldwide.

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces established in 1903, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is one of Asia's largest and finest groups of hotels, comprising 56 hotels in 39 locations across India with an additional 17 international hotels in the Maldives, Mauritius, Malaysia, Seychelles, UK, USA, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. From world-renowned landmarks to modern business hotels, idyllic beach resorts to authentic Rajput palaces, each Taj hotel offers warm hospitality, world-class service and modern luxury. The Taj, a symbol of Indian hospitality, has recently completed the centenary of its landmark hotel, The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Mumbai. Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces is part of the Tata Group, India's premier business house.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Todd Stevens/Lee Lemus (TECH ALLIANCE) (212) 727-2100 leelemus@techally.com
Babs Harrison (TAJ) (212) 851-8425

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