Large Venues

CommScope Success Story: BBVA Bancomer Stadium
Publish Date: March 28, 2017

There is no doubt that sports fans want to share their team’s allegiance with the world, especially when they are at the game. What happens when they can’t because the stadium’s network will not allow them to post pictures or videos or even get a cell signal? At the new BBVA Bancomer Stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, those issues are a thing of the past. Ramses González gives you an inside look at the technological advancements in this state-of-the-art complex.
Introducing our new In-Building Wireless Best Practices eBook
Publish Date: March 21, 2017

As soon as the first cell phones began repeatedly dropping calls in sunny, glass-walled lobbies, the seeds of the first in-building wireless (IBW) solutions were planted. IBW solutions are designed primarily to supplement the macro wireless network by deploying indoor coverage and capacity within a certain area to provide seamless connectivity for people indoors. As such, the “In-Building Wireless Best Practices” ebook covers topics like: • The past, present and future of IBW, including current challenges and expected developments • IBW selection criteria and use cases • An explanation of small cells and distributed antenna systems • The role of unlicensed spectrum • Deployment and funding tips
CommScope Solutions for BBVA Bancomer Stadium.
Publish Date: March 16, 2017

Being connected at all times and in all places is a primordial necessity in our days, we demand speed and efficiency. Talking about places like sports arenas is talking about connectivity as a key factor. The BBVA Bancomer Stadium, recognized as one of the best stadiums in Latin America, as well as offering fun to fans with their sporting events, required assuring them that connectivity within the facility would be impeccable and CommScope proved to be the ideal supplier to make this possible.
Carolina Panthers create an unforgettable game-day experience with CommScope solutions
Publish Date: December 15, 2016

Visitors to Bank of America Stadium now enjoy world-class live sports and entertainment – without any connectivity worries – thanks to CommScope’ s wired and wireless network solutions. CommScope solutions enable more wireless capacity and high-bandwidth data, voice, VoIP, and Wi-Fi with simplicity, intelligence and efficiency.
World’s First Installation of Wideband Multimode Fiber
Publish Date: September 28, 2016

The Sacramento Kings’ Golden 1 Center promises to be one of the most technologically advanced arenas. It already set a record as the world’s first installation of wideband multimode fiber, a capacity-boosting network technology supplied by CommScope. John Schmidt, global leader, Data Center Solutions, CommScope, explains more about the fiber optic technology in this video.
OneCell Conquers a Coliseum
Publish Date: September 28, 2016

See how Nex-Tech Wireless and Fort Hays State University provide superior LTE service in a packed Coliseum with CommScope’s OneCell C-RAN small cell system.
Daytona International Speedway’s Network Run on CommScope
Publish Date: September 28, 2016

Begun in 2013 and completed in January of 2016, the DAYTONA Rising project was a $400 million reimagining of Daytona International Speedway to create the world’s first and only true motorsports stadium. The redeveloped Daytona International Speedway needed to be equipped with the network bandwidth and flexibility to offer services that would both enhance the fans’ experience and improve track operations. CommScope deployed a comprehensive cabling infrastructure solution that connects and supports virtually every communication and facility management function in the stadium..
CommScope helps Stade de France strengthen its reputation as premier live entertainment destination
Publish Date: September 28, 2016

Leveraging its intelligent infrastructure solution imVision, its copper and fiber structured cabling and wireless solution, CommScope allows Consortium Stade de France to respond to expanding digital demands of today and for the coming decade.
CommScope inspires millions of visitors to explore nature and science
Publish Date: September 28, 2016

It's a museum ... from the inside out; a building pulsing with the life of a human body on display, sharing many of the complex systems that help keep it "alive". That's exactly what museum supporters envisioned when they approached CommScope to help them create the ideal wired and wireless network infrastructure. The building itself is an exhibit—a living, breathing science lesson that seamlessly blends technology with sustainability. Supported by a single network infrastructure offering high-speed 40G connectivity for wired connectivity, the museum is connected by 200,000 feet of SYSTIMAX® Cat. 6 cable and 5,000 feet of singlemode and multimode fiber. A custom distributed antenna system (DAS) provides reliable in-building wireless coverage and capacity. The network: • Manages everything from touch screens to interactive exhibits to the box office, including VLAN and VWAN capabilities • Supports VoIP and provides high-definition video surveillance and security • Tracks every drop of water, every kilowatt of energy, and every BTU of gas the building consumes, displaying the information at visitor kiosks located throughout the museum This signature CommScope project offers a "one-of-a-kind" adventure through interactive technology and sustainability meant to captivate and inspire millions of children and adults to explore nature and science in creative new ways—for decades to come!