Podcast by Mobile Sports Report
CBRS for venues: Corning's Art King and Jessica Koch
The Mobile Sports Report podcast checks in with Art King and Jess Koch from Corning to discuss how the new CBRS spectrum may be used to deliver private networks and other connectivity options for stadiums and other large public venues.
Aruba’s Chuck Lukaszewski talks Wi-Fi 6 and venues on the Mobile Sports Report Podcast
Aruba's wireless wizard Chuck Lukaszewski visits the Mobile Sports Report podcast to talk about Wi-Fi 6 and how it's going to improve networks inside large public venues.
The MSR Interview: Oklahoma's Senior Tech Strategist David Payne
Getting wireless connectivity into older, big-school venues is never an easy task. Listen to University of Oklahoma Senior Technology Strategist David Payne describe his school's successful path to better connectivity, with great insight on how to not get distracted by shiny objects but instead sticking true to the ultimate goal of improving the fan experience. School is in with professor Payne right now!
The MSR Interview: San Francisco Giants' CIO Bill Schlough
Who better to talk about stadium Wi-Fi than the guy who was there when it all started? Our guest for our first MSR Interview is San Francisco Giants senior vice president and chief information officer Bill Schlough, who goes old-school talking about stadium Wi-Fi back in 2004... and brings it to the current day with stats from the most recent season at AT&T Park. Plus, his thoughts on game-day apps and why great connectivity is the real winner. Listen in now!
Spiking the Surface -- Why Microsoft's NFL deal got thrown for a loss
Bill Belichick's very thorough takedown of the Microsoft Surface slapped a fried egg on the face of Microsoft's $400 million deal with the NFL to use the tablets on game-day sidelines. Co-hosts Phil Harvey and Paul Kapustka explore why the deal was flawed from the beginning, and whether or not wireless technology can be counted on to perform in NFL sideline environments.
NFL on Twitter fails to impress; will AT&T and Verizon win the streaming NFL battle?
Twitter's debut in streaming NFL games was unimpressive, with the joint Twitter feed leaving most observers wanting more. Podcast co-hosts Phil Harvey and Paul Kapustka wonder if Twitter will ever get it right, and whether or not AT&T's DirecTV Sunday Ticket and Verizon Wireless's NFL Mobile will eventually dominate mobile-device viewing of NFL games. Listen now!