CommScope to supply telecom and IT networks to Stade de France

Commscope ION-U distributed antenna system
Stade de France has selected CommScope to supply its telecommunications and IT networks to improve the customer experience to fans and staff.

High connectivity speeds and interactive services on the stadiums’ Wi-Fi and IPTV networks will be some of the deliverables from Commscope.
As part of the telecom network deal announced today, CommScope will ensure that the new network infrastructure at the stadium will provide future-proof capability, enabling Stade de France to offer future services throughout the property without requiring costly upgrades.

“We want to provide the best atmosphere for the two million visitors that we welcome each year,” said Karim Benslimane, IT research & development manager, Stade de France.

CommScope will provide approximately 70 kilometers of SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED multimode fiber cabling to connect almost 1,000 Wi-Fi access points and 400 IP televisions across the stadium.

This apart, CommScope will supply about 44 kilometers of GigaSPEED X10D Category 6A cabling and its imVision intelligent infrastructure solution for infrastructure management in the stadium’s data center.

CommScope has deployed connectivity solutions for sports and entertainment venues include AT&T Stadium, Daytona Speedway and nine stadiums used during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Baburajan K
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