Jan 19 2010, 1:44pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
AT&T announced today preparations for Super Bowl 2010 in Miami.
AT&T is expanding capacity and coverage in and around Dolphin Stadium and other key areas in anticipation of increased voice and data traffic on its wireless network.
I am pretty sure other carriers will soon announce their measures for the Super Bowl XLIV as well. Big events like the Super Bowl are still a challenge for cellular networks. Apparently all attendees constantly call home and tell everyone how great it is to be there.
Network preparations for the big games include:
Source: The Edge Singapore
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