Sunday’s game between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos is sure to be an epic matchup, and preparations are well under way to make sure each gigabit, snapchat, selfie and all-around posts go down without a fumble.
Verizon has been planning for Super
Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium for two years. Verizon engineers will count
gigabits during the big game in “a pair of bungalows” south of the Bay
Area, FierceWireless reports. Network World
reports that about 100 engineers will oversee Verizon’s network
“through real-time feeds that indicate the number of phones connected
and the total amount of data being used.” Continue Reading