Arena-wide cabling infrastructure upgrades make the Exactech Arena a first-class sports venue, helping the University of Florida rise to the top of the SEC when it comes to athletic facilities.
"Everybody is blown away by the improvement of the building. They can’t believe it’s the same building they’ve come to for the last 36 years. All of our TV partners are over-the-moon happy with the results. It has been very well received, both internally and externally."
Jon Rubin, Assistant Athletics Director
Georgia Tech, home to the Yellow Jackets, puts technology at the forefront in athletics. To ramp up video production and comply with ESPN requirements, Georgia Tech invested in a $10 million Network Control Center to create and feed video, audio and graphics to ESPN and share across its own sports venues.
$10M total investment | Opened 2019
Home to the Florida Gators, the University of Florida owns and manages Exactech Arena. It hosts basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and swimming events, as well as commencement and other celebrations. It underwent a major renovation to provide high bandwidth and support massive digital displays and on-court hologram projection.
$64.5M total investment | 292,000 square feet | Opened 2016
Ole Miss’ Vaught-Hemingway Stadium’s renovation makes it the largest stadium in Mississippi. LED displays showcase live video, instant replays, real-time stats and sponsor information. The upgraded audio system provides full-range sound and clear speech from announcers.
$40M total investment | Opened 2016
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