With the 2022-23 college football bowl season underway, MatSing, a pioneer of high-capacity lens antennas, has announced that it has deployments in 7 stadiums to provide 4G LTE and 5G services for 9 of the games.
This includes the National Championship Game being held at SoFi Stadium on January 8, and 50% of the New Year’s Six games. The full list of deployments at bowl games includes:
- Las Vegas Bowl, Las Vegas, NV
- LA Bowl, Inglewood, CA
- Frisco Bowl, Frisco, TX
- Gasparilla Bowl, Tampa, FL
- Orange Bowl, Miami, FL
- Fiesta Bowl, Glendale, AZ
- ReliaQuest Bowl, Tampa, FL
- Cotton Bowl, Arlington, TX
- College Football National Championship, Inglewood, CA
The patented lens antennas, typically installed in the aerial infrastructure of the stadiums, provide high-bandwidth connectivity to the coverage areas, including hot-spot locations. Typically deployed within the stadium and in the parking lots, fans will experience superior connectivity during games and tailgating gatherings. Uploading photos and videos while sharing live experiences with family and friends will be made possible via the network connectivity enabled by MatSing.
“Throughout the regular college season leading to these final games, our antennas have been there to enhance the gameday experience by allowing fans to stay connected while streaming content and posting to their social platforms,” said Bo Larsson, MatSing CEO. “We’ve designed our antennas specifically to meet these needs by supporting all bands and frequencies, including C-Band. Our lens technology is highly advanced while delivering the highest-bandwidth stadium-wide connectivity with the fewest antenna locations. Our antennas are deployed in over 100 stadiums and arenas today and leveraged by the leading mobile network operators globally.”
MatSing will be tuning in to see which teams come out victorious with the help of fans capturing game-changing moments via their cellular devices.
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