Join TIA, CommScope, InterDigital, and Red Hat for the Dallas AT&T Stadium and Data Center Tour


  TIA 2015 Conference Participants enjoy the Dallas Stadium Tour

TIA 2015 Conference Participants enjoy the Dallas Stadium Tour


AT&T Stadium is home of the Dallas Cowboys, and the world's fifth largest stadium. Capable of hosting over 105,000 attendees, it holds world records for the largest indoor concert and the world’s largest video board.

To support the wireless needs of the stadium’s digitally connected patrons, AT&T Stadium has built a record breaking Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network infrastructure to meet the capacity demands of mobile users. At the 2015 College Football National Championship game AT&T Stadium broke the record for the most wireless data traffic at a single sporting event, carrying over 6 Terabytes of wireless traffic.

Building such a network required hundreds of access points throughout the stadium and miles of fiber optic cabling, plus three interconnect rooms. To support the stadium’s world record-sized video board, plus more than 3,700 other monitors throughout the stadium, AT&T Stadium hosts a 3000-square-foot data center that coordinates video traffic within the stadium and between content delivery networks and broadcasters.

TIA is proud to offer an opportunity for those attending TIA 2015 to get a behind-the-scenes look at the DAS and Data Center infrastructure supporting the stadium’s Texas-sized networking needs. Register today! Space on this tour is limited.

Dallas AT&T Stadium & Data Center Tour
Monday, June 1, 2015 - Depart Hyatt Regency 6:30 PM
Cost of Tour: $45.00.
Select tour when registering for TIA 2015.
Tour highlights Include AT&T Stadium’s DAS and Data Center, Cowboys' Locker Room and more.

Note: This tour is only available for registered TIA 2015 conference attendees. Beverages will be provided on the bus ride to the stadium. Attendees are encouraged to get a quick bite at the Hyatt Regency before departing for the tour.

Stadium interior photo by Mahanga (Own work) GFDL or CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons