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Pure Madness, That’s A Connected Fan

…tions 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 in Ol…

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Achieving New Wi-Fi Heights

…p being one of, if not, the world’s largest single Wi-Fi deployment ever staged in a venue, even surpassing our stadium deployments during championship games.  Here are just a few of the stats that attendees and exhibitors generated: 1.2 gigabytes per second of peak Internet traffic; 19.1 terabytes of data – offloading 3G and 4G traffic from mobile networks to provide an improved, integrated mobile experiences for attendees; 5 gigahertz (GHz) to…

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Continuing to Connect The Previously Unconnected…

…ot just something we say, it’s something we do day in, day out with our customers and partners in more than 200 stadiums across the world and also during Global Mega Events worldwide. Cisco is known for pushing the envelope and changing the way we work, live, PLAY and learn. We continue to bring the most innovative solutions to the industry, and since 2005 our goal to connect millions of fans with the action has come true across more than 30 coun…

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Football to Football – Transforming the Fan Experience

…h a framework agreement with Datametrix, will become the first league in the world to implement Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi and Cisco StadiumVision Mobile. This league-wide initiative, which will begin with four teams (Viking, Rosenborg, Vålerenga (Ullevaal stadium) and Haugesund) will give fans in Norway the most connected experience possible and place them at the center of the action. This is incredibly exciting news for the Cisco Sports &#0…

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Quitting the Legacy IP at Cisco Live Milan

…WiFi adapter! Another, related challenge may be in using the special code required to run high-density WiFi (“stadium” WiFi) for the densely filled areas like keynote area. To maximize the user experience here, we may have to fallback to Legacy IP. However, if you see the SSID advertised – go ahead and try to connect! We will use WPA2-PSK authentication, with the passphrase of “iknowbesteffort”. This passphrase is a subtle way of getting…

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