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One Second in Baseball Brought To You By The Cloud

…ayers. The article points to an increase in “more resources for analytics” buffs including websites dedicated to this real-time, high-volume data. In addition to tracking statistics, sports fans are benefiting from connected stadium technology. For example, Cisco has partnered with the MLB Network to improve the game and the fan experience in the stadium using Cisco technology. Cisco provides network infrastructure for MLB, allowing them to be…

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Pure Madness, That’s A Connected Fan

…solutions in more than 200 venues in 30 plus countries globally. Today, this trend continues as the Danish national stadium PARKEN, in Copenhagen, announced it will be installing Cisco Connected Sports solutions – Connected Stadium Wi-Fi, StadiumVision and StadiumVision Mobile, an unparalleled suite of technology and business drivers for the stadium. This comes on the heels of the announcement just a couple months ago that another Nordic entity…

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Continuing to Connect The Previously Unconnected…

…using our Portfolio of Technology Solutions. To name a few examples of world-class venues – the amazing MetLife Stadium (New York), the Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans), Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis), AT&T Stadium (Dallas), and Sun Life Stadium (Miami). The demand for a proven technology solution is growing leaps and bounds. What do all of those venues have in common? Beyond being some of the best venues in the world, they…

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Football to Football – Transforming the Fan Experience

…and we can’t wait to share the news with you. They will join the likes of football venues like AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys play (more than 19,000 fans, or 20% of the venue connected at once over our Connected Stadium Wi-Fi network at a game at the end of Nov.), MetLife Stadium where the New York Jets and New York Giants play (see my previous comments about a pretty important event there coming up in a couple weeks!), Santiago…

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The Venue That Stole the Show

…te yet, and can tell the routers to tell the trains to leave 10 – 15 minutes later than planned. No longer are the fans missing the last train; the Intelligent Network has created a truly connected public transit system. The stadium can also activate backstage access via wristbands of the biggest fans. The network syncs content across their big screens while, at the same time, delivering promotions to fans on their mobile phones. All of a…

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