Monday, March 3, 2014

 The LA times reports that the Dodgers say they are on track to have their new wifi system up fully operational by the season opener against the Giants on April 4th. The system's hardware is being installed throughout the stadium in places such as between handrails and under seats. The Dodgers insist that the system is state-of-the-art and that it's completion will make Dodger's Stadium the best-wired in the country. Lon Rosen comments on how this will improve the experience for fans. Read more at the link below;

Don’t stop me if you’ve heard this before, but the Dodgers really, really plan to have their new Wi-Fi system up and running for 2014. New antennas are being installed throughout Dodger Stadium, some visible in the upper decks between handrails, some in overhangs and some under seats. The Dodgers expect the system to be operational by the home opener April 4 against the Giants. Of course, the Dodgers promised the same thing last year and it never fully happened. “For the second consecutive year, I have been promised it will be here on Opening Day,” team president Stan Kasten said Monday night.

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