Synergy Information Solutions Lays Groundwork For World-Class Gaming Upgrade At Morongo Casino Resort & Spa

Palm Desert, CA (October 21, 2009) – Patrons of Southern California’s Morongo Casino Resort & Spa will be some of the first in the world to experience high-speed Ethernet gaming, thanks largely to Synergy Information Solutions, which is serving as network consultant and architect for the Morongo project. The forward-looking technology is designed to provide casino a faster, more interactive, and a more customized gaming experience. It enables slot machines to communicate faster with the Morongo Winners Club system, which gives customers more information about activities and events throughout the casino. It also lays down the required infrastructure for server-based gaming which many in the gaming industry view as a “game changer.”

As the network specialist for the Morongo project, Synergy is working closely with Bally Technologies, a global leader in slots, video machines, and casino-management systems. Synergy is designing and implementing the extensive Cisco Systems network infrastructure that allows the casino to support Bally’s advanced gaming software.

“The scale and innovation of this project make it one of the first of its kind,” said Georg Washington, CEO of Synergy Information Solutions. “Using State-of-the-Art Cisco platforms, we have designed a high-speed gaming floor that is scalable and secure – providing Morongo with both compliance and peace of mind.”

“There are very few casinos in the world that have this type of technology, and now we are one of them,” said Marlon Ortiz, IT Director for Morongo Casino Resort & Spa. “This is definitely going to keep us on the leading edge.”

The high-speed gaming upgrade is not the first time Synergy Information Solutions has worked with Morongo, and Ortiz is confident that it will not be the last.

“We reached out to Synergy last year for expertise on our network, and we were very impressed with the level of knowledge that they were providing to us,” said Ortiz.

About Morongo Casino Resort & Spa

Morongo is the premier gaming resort in California. Located in Cabazon, California, in the scenic Coachella Valley, Morongo is a prime getaway for residents of Orange County, Ontario, Palm Springs, Palm Desert and Los Angeles. Earning the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award for five consecutive years, Morongo offers 310 well-appointed rooms and suites, a 150,000 sq. ft. casino floor, nine restaurants and lounges and continuous world-class entertainment offerings. One of the largest tribal gaming facilities in the country, Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is owned and operated by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians. For more information, please visit: www.morongocasinoresort.com

About Synergy Information Solutions

Synergy Information Solutions is a network design and engineering specialist based in Palm Desert, CA. Established in 2004, Synergy works closely with clients to develop, implement, and support specific solutions to diverse network, communication, and information infrastructure needs. As a Cisco Silver Partner and Microsoft Gold Partner proficient in over 30 specialized systems, Synergy tailors its expertise to address individual client objectives.

Synergy’s executive leadership team comprises a talented team of individuals who have worked as engineers and directors for gaming enterprises. This has lead to their deep understanding of compliance challenges, extremely high uptime requirements, and security needs that most gaming properties demand from their information infrastructure solutions. For more information, please visit: synergyis.us

Media contact for Morongo:
Kurt Ouchida, 702.300.5756, kurt@braintrustlv.com
Gabriela Raguay, 702.862.4242, gabriela@braintrustlv.com

Media Contact for Synergy Information Solutions:
Amy Washington, 760.601.5244, awashington@synergyis.us

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