The Problem with Stadiums

Peter Jarich
Peter Jarich

At the end of last month – back when the San Francisco Giants were still the reigning World Series Champions – AT&T released network usage data from the DAS system it operates at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.  The numbers were impressive: 196 GB of data consumed (40 GB during the peak hour), 17,640 voice calls, and 67,390 text messages. They were also part of a trend to call out stadiums as a use case for any number of different technologies or network innovations. Continue reading “The Problem with Stadiums”