Levi’s Stadium breaks wi-fi record during Super Bowl 50


Hosting Super Bowl 50 has seen Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, set a new record for single-day wi-fi usage, reports Mobile Sports Report.

Thanks to a crowd of 71,088, Levi’s Stadium – home to the San Francisco 49ers – recorded 10.1TB of traffic on its network, according to figures from the NFL and the venue. The previous usage record of 6.23TB (set during last year’s Super Bowl XLIX at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona) was surpassed by half time.

MSR also reports that 15.9TB of cellular data was used during the game, which makes for an impressive 26TB of total wireless traffic during the game between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.

February 12, 2016

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