Cisco is expanding its push to enable stadiums and other large venues to effectively deliver wireless services.
Cisco today announced its Connected Stadium Wi-Fi initiative which includes an enhanced access point, improved antennas and services to help stadiums Wi-Fi enable their venues.
“Once this is generally available in stadiums, arenas and other congested environments, it will enable a new generation of innovation around mobile devices,” David Holland, general manager and senior vice president of Sports and Entertainment Solutions Group at Cisco told InternetNews.com. “Fans are demanding a new set of services and with this access to Wi-Fi you’ll be able to see app providers and physical service providers deliver a new experience in live venues.”
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