Oklahoma's Wi-Fi 6 football stadium network profiled in the latest Stadium Tech Report from Mobile Sports Report

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New Wi-Fi for University of Florida football stadium, and wireless networks at Chase Center and Fiserv Forum also profiled in Mobile Sports Report's latest report for stadium and large public venue tech professionals

The biggest deployment of Wi-Fi 6 technology, the new standard for Wi-Fi networking, is the subject of the lead profile in Mobile Sports Report's latest Stadium Tech Report, available now.

Deployed at the University of Oklahoma's football stadium, the 100 percent Wi-Fi 6 network went live this fall and is already showing signs of why the new networking standard will be important to the bandwidth demands of large-venue audiences, like the 80,000-plus fans who regularly fill the seats at Oklahoma's stadium.

"Oklahoma leading the way with a full Wi-Fi 6 deployment is an early sign that the new standard is being quickly embraced by large public venue network operators," said Paul Kapustka, editor-in-chief of Mobile Sports Report, a Boulder, Colo.-based research and analysis firm that focuses on the stadium technology market. "Stadium, arena and other large public venue technology professionals should read the report to understand why moving quickly to Wi-Fi 6 is a sound business decision." The report is available now for free reading online or for free download at mobilesportsreport.com.

The in-person profile of Oklahoma's new network is just one of four in-depth stadium technology profiles in the latest Stadium Tech Report issue, a series now headed into its seventh year of production. For stadium, arena and other large public venue technology professionals, Mobile Sports Report's quarterly report series continues to be the only place for detailed descriptions of leading-edge technology deployments, information valuable to technology, marketing and ticketing professionals who are seeking real-world knowledge as they prepare their own digital strategies and future purchase decisions.

Also inside the latest Stadium Tech Report is an in-person profile of the new Wi-Fi network installed at the University of Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, also known as "The Swamp." The issue also contains in-person profiles and network tests at two new NBA arenas: Chase Center, the new San Francisco home of the Golden State Warriors, and Fiserv Forum, the new home of the Milwaukee Bucks and the site of this summer's Democratic National Convention.

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