Tech News Summary:
- Verizon customers at the Las Vegas motorsports event used 79.3TB of data, equivalent to streaming a full-length movie 22,000 times.
- Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network was specifically designed to handle mass events, delivering reliability and massive capacity for customers to capture, share, and connect throughout the experience.
- Verizon deployed 5G Ultra Wideband service using C-band spectrum and Millimeter Wave in key areas of Las Vegas, including the motorsport event area, hotels, and high demand areas like the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street.
Verizon Unveils Cutting-Edge Network Tech at Las Vegas Motorsports Event
Las Vegas, NV – Verizon has showcased its latest technology at a motorsports event in Las Vegas, unveiling a cutting-edge network that promises to revolutionize the way fans experience live events.
The event, which took place at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, featured demonstrations of Verizon’s new 5G Ultra Wideband technology, which promises lightning-fast speeds and low latency for an unparalleled live experience.
With this new technology, fans can expect to stream high-definition video, access virtual reality experiences, and enjoy real-time data and analytics, all at speeds never before seen at a live event.
Verizon’s Chief Technology Officer, Kyle Malady, discussed the new network technology, stating, “We’re thrilled to bring our 5G Ultra Wideband technology to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, providing fans with an unparalleled live experience. This technology has the potential to completely transform the way we experience live events, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of this revolution.”
In addition to the 5G Ultra Wideband technology, Verizon also highlighted its advanced network infrastructure, which includes small cells, fiber optic cables, and edge computing capabilities that will enhance connectivity and performance for fans at live events.
The event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway showcased the potential for Verizon’s cutting-edge network technology to revolutionize the live event experience for fans, and the company plans to continue rolling out this technology at various venues and events in the near future.