The Cisco Sports & Entertainment Solutions Group is the worldwide leader in “Connecting the Unconnected” fans around the world. It’s not 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 countries, with teams, venues and leagues who are successfully 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.
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Tags: AT&T Stadium, Cisco Sports & Entertainment; MetLife Stadium, connecting the unconnected, Lucas Oil Stadium, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Sun Life Stadium
Just over one week ago, more people watched Super Bowl XLVI on television than any other time in history – 111.3 million people, a staggering number. In addition, more than 2.1 million unique visitors saw the game streamed live online, another first. The experience for fans at home is incredibly powerful with HD, live streaming, and fast access to the Internet.
However, while so many of us were tuned in at home, another first was taking place inside Lucas Oil Stadium – all fans, regardless of their service provider, were able to use their smartphones and devices to connect to a free Wi-Fi network. This provided them with a significantly faster option to surf the web, use apps and share photos and video “live” with friends and family versus doing so post-game.
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Tags: Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi, LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, Lucas Oil Stadium, NFL, Real Madrid, Sporting KC, Super Bowl XLVI, Verizon Wireless