BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Feb. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —
You’ll be among the first to see a variety of real-time wireless network stats during SuperBowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium that tell a unique story about football’s biggest contest and cultural phenomenon, from the one-handed catch that becomes an instant internet meme to the half-time show’s most dazzling moment.
It’s like having a coach’s chart of big plays before they happen.
At last year’s big game, Verizon customers racked up more than 4 terabytes of data.
That’s a powerful blitz of wireless connections – tweets, texts, pics, posts, etc. – each minute.
The biggest spikes in 2015 hit during the first score and the halftime show.
Sunday, February 7, 2:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Pre-game, in-game and post-game
Follow @Verizonnews on Twitter for live data and stats during game day.
Teams of Verizon engineers have more than tripled 4G LTE data capacity throughout the Bay Area to ensure fans and customers have a superior experience. Verizon’s strategy to tackle the rush of wireless traffic includes activating an impressive lineup of new technology in the region:
37 XLTE and LTE PCS carrier systems 16 macro cell sites 49 small cells 16 indoor distributed antenna systems (iDAS) 2 Wi-Fi systems 15 mobile cell sites