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Borderless Networks: Experience Required

…ork Times website recently ran a great story by a reporter who decided to turn a visit to a ball game at Yankee Stadium into an outdoor musical piece. I loved it for this one reason: the sounds captured in this art form allowed me to experience the game from his perspective. If I had merely read about this in the newspaper, I’m certain I would not have been pulled in. The network’s evolution continues to fascinate. But more importantly, it challe…

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The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: July 5–8

…eting models is the “marketing funnel.” Check out this feature by David Rogers. 4.) Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi Delivers “Next Generation Mobility Experience” for Fans at Sports & Entertainment Venues Tired of not being able to use your phone at a crowded football game? Cisco has been working with entertainment and sports venues to enhance wireless bandwith and performance. Check out what is happening this week! If…

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Finally! Great Wi-Fi at Big Events

…ou’re sharing a finite cellular or Wi-Fi connection with all your fellow consumers in that train, convention or stadium.  If you’ve got 50,000 fans, and off-the-shelf access points with “floodlight-like” unidirectional coverage areas, you’re likely sharing your one AP with 1000 other people!  And if you simply put more of those APs in, the overlapping airwaves would all be competing for the same limited number of Wi-Fi channels.  And when that ha…

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Cisco Delivers Next Generation Mobility Experience for Fans at Sports and Entertainment Venues

…of specific antennas, and unique radio frequency tuning are required. Today, we are announcing Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi to help stadiums, entertainment venues and service providers significantly increase wireless performance in high-density areas. This solution also helps monetize the delivery of personalized mobile services, demonstrating the fundamental role of the network to enable business transformation. Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi s…

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Why no Wi-Fi at Fenway? – Missed Opportunity to Show Off

…foiled. I appreciate that the Red Sox management wants to maintain the old-time feel of baseball, but it’s times like these I realize just how dependent we all are on being connected. While sharing a moment with my friends may not be the most important use of the network, the ability to share them is powerful. If for nothing else than to support a dedicated fan, maybe Fenway should look into our Connected Stadium solution!…

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