Tottenham’s new billion-dollar field has the most modern technology
305 square meters of screen, 1,641 Wi-Fi hotspot, 1,200 kilometers of network cable, 4,500 JBL speakers are part of the modern technology inside Spurs’ new stadium.
The Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium, the newly opened home field on April 4 of “Spurs”, not only has a magnificent appearance with a surrounding glass wall, a beautiful stand of more than 60,000 seats, but also is equipped with current Greatest for football matches and fans.
Spectators will be overwhelmed with 1,000 square feet (approximately 305 square meters) of video screens installed around the yard. On the inauguration night, the organizers performed the fireworks display, combining sound and light very impressively.
Inside the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium, there are more fast food stalls and bars than any other stadium, including the 65-meter Goal Line Bar, the longest of any European pitch. The non-cash payment system helps reduce waiting time while completing procedures.
Countless technology inside the stadium will bring the best experience for the fan of “soccer”. Spurs selected Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) as the key technology services provider in the new stadium.
With Pice Cell technology, the unit installed 1,641 Wi-Fi hotspots underneath the stadium seats – an average of 1 hotspot for the 75 seats, for a total of 1,200 km of network cables covering the stands. HPE commits 100% of spectators who come to Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium will have free Wi-Fi.