To create the best wireless experience of any North American venue, the Atlanta Braves franchise used end-to-end cabling and connectivity from Belden to support a 5G network, 200GB of bandwidth, and 800+ hotspots across SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta.
"I looked at a lot of different companies and Belden rose to the top from a quality stand point, from the ability to deliver, and also their ability to interact with our partners to help us deliver the infrastructure that we needed.”
Greg Gatti, Vice President of Information Technology
The Texas Live! Entertainment Complex combines entertainment, restaurants and accommodations into one exciting destination. Located between AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park, its outdoor concert venue, multilevel sports bars and Professional Bull Riders bar/nightclub draws crowds 24/7.
$250M total investment | 200,000 square feet | Opened 2018
The Battery Atlanta entertainment district surrounds the Atlanta Braves’ SunTrust Park and features retail, restaurants, apartments, bars, a luxury hotel, a theater and offices. It creates a year-round destination that fans visit even on nongame days. The Battery Atlanta makes the Atlanta Braves the only sports franchise that serves as the landlord of a large-scale, mixed-use development.
$1.1B total investment | 60 acres | Opened 2017
The flagship of a $2.1 billion, 650,000-square-foot sports and entertainment district, Little Caesars Arena’s entertainment concourse remains open year-round. A glass roof between the Red Wings offices and Little Caesars Arena forms an indoor “street” used as an entertainment venue on its own. The arena also features an outdoor plaza used during non-game days.
$863M total investment | Opened 2017
Wireless networks rely heavily on wire and cabling – without it, our networks won't be prepared to handle IoT, growing numbers of connected devices and other changes headed our way. Attend this one hour webinar to make sure your network (and your cabling system) is ready.View Webinar
Buildings are radically transforming to become more connected and create smart environments. Today, building owners must think about wireless infrastructure and its ability to provide increased speed and greater intelligence, and enable devices beyond the ones utilized by people.View Webinar