Sprint preps for its own Super Bowl with ‘bridge to 5G’ deployment in Atlanta
Friday, 18 January 2019 When Atlanta hosted the Super Bowl back in 2000, fans were just getting used to using 2G technology and sending less than 35 text messages a month per person, Mashable reported at the time. Nineteen years and several technological advancements later, Sprint Corp.’s “bridge to 5G” — a technology known as Massive Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) — will be out in full force for Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, according to a release. Sprint (NYSE: S) has been rolling…
Bob Costas and NBC agreed to mutually part ways last month. Costas worked for NBC Sports since 1979 and his contract was set to run through 2021. Costas' concerns regarding head trauma may have led to..
Hey Fumble Fam! On this very special episode, britt Johnson gives you an all access look at everything that went down in Atlanta during Super Bowl 53! Let us know what your favorite moment was in the..