Kenilworth Signs Project Management Agreement
Sep 18, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Kenilworth Systems Corp. announced that they have retained a team of technical consultants to oversee the completion of system development for the Company's WagerPort live casino gaming system.
"The WagerPort system has such complexity that supervision and coordination by a professional technology consulting firm is required," said Dan Snyder, Kenilworth CEO. "Kenilworth needs to assure that hardware and software contractors are fully vetted; and efficiently coordinated so that work is accomplished on time and on budget."
According to a release, Kenilworth's WagerPort system consists of many, highly complex, sub-systems including the data acquisition module, which is now in proto-type; video and audio streaming servers; multiple gaming engines; highly secure network architecture; highly secure financial transaction software; graphical user interface; supervisory modules; and monitoring networks. The project also requires the writing of considerable amounts of proprietary software, which is well underway.
The consultant hired by Kenilworth is Maritime Communications Group (MCG). Snyder further said, "Maritime Communications has considerable experience in specific areas critical to rapid completion of the WagerPort project." These include network design, data center operations, server implementation, radio, copper and fiber optic networks, financial transaction networks, and high security military grade encrypted data transmission, with specific expertise in project budgeting and supervision. MCG has offices and professionals based in the USA, UK, and EC.
Kenilworth Systems Corp. is in the late stages of developing a patented broadband based, highly secure, fully interactive, high-definition video system which allows a casino to offer live gaming, to its customers, in locations distant from the casino itself. The Company is based in Uniondale, New York and has a subsidiary, KenSysCo Gaming, Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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