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Extreme Networks Helps To Transform Stanford Athletics Gameday Experience

High-Density Wi-Fi 6 and Analytics Make Gameday a Modern and Engaging Experience for Fans

 Extreme Networks, Inc. a cloud-driven networking company, announced it was selected by Stanford Athletics to deliver professional-grade, high-density Wi-Fi 6 networks to transform and improve the fan experience at both Stanford Stadium and Maples Pavilion. Working in partnership with Comcast Business, Extreme deployed Wi-Fi 6 access points throughout the stadium and pavilion, providing fans with fast, high-performing, and reliable connectivity. Stanford Athletics is using ExtremeAnalytics™ to streamline gameday operations, easily identify and troubleshoot network issues, and gain better visibility into Wi-Fi usage throughout the two venues to optimize the fan experience.

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Together, Stanford Stadium and Maples Pavilion host more than 100 events each year, including football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s volleyball, women’s gymnastics, and an annual Major League Soccer game between the San Jose Earthquakes and the Los Angeles Galaxy. The newly deployed network allows Stanford to implement digital services such as mobile ticketing and a rollout of the new Stanford Athletics app with additional services planned in the future.

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Comcast Business served as the systems integrator for the deployment and is providing the underlying connectivity for the network via its Metro Ethernet Dedicated Internet service. Following network turn-up, Comcast Business will continue to operate and monitor the network as a managed services provider.

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