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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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Cisco at Cable Connections

…ew: Come see our High Density WiFi, designed to provide wireless broadband coverage in sports and entertainment stadium environments. Presentations You May Be Interested In Date/Time Speaker/ Presentation Title Room June 14, 2011 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Fernando Villarruel Technical Presentation Space Craft: Transforming the Headend with CMAP – Integrated Optics Room N426 June 14, 2011 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM John Chapman Techni…


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Is the new Wembley in Kansas?

…ly thinks so.  He joined Cisco’s David Holland this week to launch the brand new LIVESTRONG Sporting Park stadium on Tuesday ahead of Sporting Club’s first home game of the season tonight (Thur June 9 at 7pm PT, 9pm CT, 10pm ET on ESPN2). Cisco’s Sports and Entertainment Solutions Group has been working to build technology into the very fabric of the stadium over the course of the construction and tonight’s game promises t…


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News@Cisco Week in Review and Look Ahead: April 11-15

…formation and experience to users. Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, enhances visitor experience with Cisco StadiumVision. Hear how StadiumVision is underpinning Eden Park’s transition from a rugby and cricket ground to a world-class stadium capable of hosting large-scale events of all kinds. As always, follow @CiscoNews on Twitter for the latest news and information from Cisco, and check out our Cisco Facebook page. Have a great weekend!…


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Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand Enhances Visitor Experience with Cisco StadiumVision″>httpv://

At Cisco Live yesterday, Glen McCracken, ICT Director, Eden Park, outlined how Cisco StadiumVision technology is driving business transformation at Auckland’s Eden Park, New Zealand’s lead venue for the Rugby World Cup that kicks off on Sept. 9, 2011. Hear how Stadium Vision is under-pining Eden Park’s transition from an historically rugby and cricket ground to a world-class stadium capable of hosting large scale events of all kinds.  Glen outli…