Enterprises face many challenges, including too many systems and management dashboards to check. On the network side, those problems are compounded by an array of technologies needed to bind the organization together—including separate wired, Wi-Fi, and private 4G/5G networks.
5G cellular technology has come into the spotlight in recent years, revolutionizing how businesses operate and creating new opportunities for innovation, and Amazon Web Services Inc. has stepped up to the challenge.
Last week I attended the San Francisco Giants baseball team media day at Oracle Park, where the team unveiled its new brand campaign – “There’s Nothing Like It” — as a way of describing the unique experience baseball can bring.
The year is coming to an end, which means the holidays are here — and for sports fans, it also means the NFL and college football playoffs are around the corner.
Football stadiums will turn into mini-cities holding tens of thousands of people, all of whom want to be hyperconnected as they cheer on their favorite teams. Through their mobile devices, they can share photos and video with their friends but also check on other scores, watch highlights and more, creating an integrated physical and digital experience.
It’s a well-known fact that Internet connectivity in high density environments like stadiums can be erratic and slow. Anyone who has been in airport, conference center, hotel, stadium, or other high-volume facility has experienced the pain of inconsistent Wi-Fi – the network works well one minute only to lag or stop the next.