The eyes of the sporting world will be focused on Arlington, Texas this Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers face off against the Green Bay Packers for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. They are expecting a record crowd to be in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium watching the game, the new state-of-the-art facility that features many technological advances including the largest HD TV in the world.

Back in 2004, CommScope got involved with the Dallas Cowboys to provide a complete infrastructure solution that includes more than 5 million feet of SYSTIMAX® copper and fiber cabling. Out of that amount, approximately 2.7 million feet of SYSTIMAX GigaSPEED® X10D cabling was used. Through Andrew Solutions, CommScope supplied the stadium with a complete multi-carrier, multi-service wireless solution that supports commercial cellular services for general fan and employee usage; as well as all public safety services.

During the Cisco Live 2011 in London, England, I gave a breakout session talking about how the Dallas Cowboys, one of the world’s largest sporting brands relies on technology to drive their business.

 

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Craig Doyle

As Senior Solution Market Manager EMEA for the CommScope Enterprise Solutions Division, Craig is responsible for supporting the EMEA Sales, Technical and Marketing groups in promoting the Enterprise solutions portfolio and providing an interface to Product Management, R&D and Manufacturing. Craig joined the Avaya SYSTIMAX® team in 2001 as Business Development Manager for the Carrier Solutions business and was focused on the service provider and central office environments. In 2003 he then moved to the Global Customer Solutions. In 2006 Craig assumed the role of Country Manager for United Arab Emirates where he was responsible for driving SYSTIMAX portfolio sales. Prior to joining Avaya, Craig worked in a number of roles with Lucent Technologies. Craig holds a BA Honors Degree in Management and Management of Information Systems and a Diploma in Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations.

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