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Cisco and ESPN: A Lesson in Sports, Technology and Community for The Beautiful Game

In 1994 in a sun swept stadium in California, filled with more than 60,000 excited soccer fans from around the world, a young upstart US national soccer team was playing in the World Cup against the mighty Colombian national team.  The captain of the young American team was John Harkes a nimble player known for speed and great soccer footwork.  What few realized was he also was about to leave an indelible impression on US soccer for…


Cisco Brings Home Two Golds from the Digital Signage Expo

…ia Experience Engine and more. We’re also thrilled to announce that Cisco, along with our customers, received two Gold Apex Awards.  In the stadium and arenas category, Cisco and the Miami Dolphins’ Sun Life Stadium (previously known as Landshark) earned the gold for deploying Cisco StadiumVision and for the education and healthcare category; Cisco and the Northern Virginia Community College was awarded for the unique deployment…


Wi-Fi and IP Video, Like “Peanut Butter and Chocolate”

…e outdoor case).  And because Wi-Fi is a “local” service, it’s easy to imagine specialized video content at public venues — such as camera angles, replays, and alternate games offered at a sports stadium.  Just look at the focus that Apple has put into the iPhone’s ability to stream high quality IP video over Wi-Fi, and you’ll see that the cat is out of the bag.   Video over Wi-Fi to mobile…


Cisco Wins 2009 DIGI Award at The Digital Signage Show

…e in all of North American football, and we’re very excited to have our work recognized by our colleagues in the digital signage industry.   One of our biggest deployments of signage technology to date and largest StadiumVision deployment, the Cowboys Stadium features nearly 3,000 displays to keep fans engaged anywhere in the stadium with customized HD video game footage and real-time relevant information, see the press conference…


New Dallas Cowboys Stadium and Cisco Technology

CNBC Reports: “The NFL’s Dallas Cowboys begin playing in their new stadium this season, and thanks to Cisco Systems, the stadium will be one of the most technologically advanced ever. Cisco CEO John Chambers and Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, discuss the new stadium with CNBC.”