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AT&T: Super Bowl data usage up 28% over 2020

Carrier says that FirstNet users at the game used twice as much data as fans, on average AT&T says its customers set a new usage record of 13 TB of data over LTE and 5G before and during the Super Bowl, an increase of 28%...

Tier 1 carriers expand 5G infrastructure in Los Angeles in preparation for Super Bowl

In preparation for Super Bowl LVI, which takes place at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium this Sunday, the Tier 1 carriers have all invested heavily to bolster their 5G networks throughout the city, as well as in surrounding Inglewood. Below is a breakdown of those...

Extreme Networks to deliver ‘hat trick of insights’ to the NFL, NHL and ManU

The 'hat trick' includes insights into fan preferences, venue operations and network efficiency, according to Extreme Networks CEO For the ninth year in a row, Extreme Networks will be the official Wi-Fi solutions and analytics provider for the National Football League's (NFL) Super Bowl. But...

Verizon exec: The tech experience at Super Bowl LV is going to be ‘off-the-charts cool’

Verizon has outfitted the Super Bowl stadium with 5G and Mobile Edge Computing Last year’s Super Bowl, which took place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, was pretty different than what’s in store for this year’s event. On February 7th, the Kansas City Chiefs...

Feats of (network) strength: Extreme Networks’ play-by-play on Super Bowl data use

  While the Kansas City Chiefs—from Missouri, by the way—and the San Francisco 49ers went head-to-head at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, another impressive show of strength and endurance was taking place. To be clear, I’m talking about signal strength, both cellular and Wi-Fi. This...

Ookla Speedtest: Verizon’s cellular network was fastest during the Super Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs may have won the Super Bowl, but which carrier was the winner in terms of network experience during last weekend's game? According to analysis from Ookla Speedtest, if you're talking download speeds, Verizon dominated. If you mean upload speeds, T-Mobile US...

Inside Verizon’s Super Bowl network prep

The Super Bowl is coming to Minneapolis, and Verizon's VP of the West is ready -- and making sure the carrier's network is, too. Mecum is a veteran of cellular network planning for five Super Bowls, and as the New England Patriots take on the...

Small cells, DAS get major boost ahead of Super Bowl LI

More than 1 million fans are expected to head to Houston for Super Bowl LI and related festivities ahead of the big game on Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons. To support the data demands of...

Super Bowl gives public safety a glimpse of FirstNet

FirstNet's LTE network for public safety is getting some early use at major sporting events, with small-scale temporary deployments that are giving first responders a taste of what it's like to have their own cellular network amid heavy traffic on commercial carriers. At Super Bowl...

T-Mobile US preps for Super Bowl fans

DAS, temporary sites and beefed up towers part of T-Mobile US upgrades in the Bay Area With Super Bowl 50 set for Feb. 7, carriers are making numerous network upgrades around Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara and San Francisco where many of the 75,000 expected...

Ahead of Super Bowl, Wi-Fi upgrades for Houston

But who will pay for upgrades, which include better Wi-Fi for luxury boxes? Houston, Texas, is poised to host the Super Bowl in 2017 but, in the meantime, the NFL and local officials are trying to figure out who will foot the bill for upgrades...

How LTE Broadcast could change the Super Bowl experience

With the Super Bowl just around the corner, there is no doubt the demand for data will be huge. The College National Championship game set a record for data usage last month. This Super Bowl could be even more demanding. Service providers are looking for...

DAS and small cells from AT&T connect Super Bowl

Glendale-area stadium, hotels, convention centers get new hardware for big game In the run-up to the biggest football game of the year, international telco AT&T has upgraded the distributed antenna system at the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, Ariz., while also dropping some 23...

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