TDComm, Stadium, YTcom and Druid Software team up to Deliver Israel's 1st and Most Advanced 5G Stadium Experience
The envisioned applications will include smartphone apps, high-speed cameras, XR and AR, smart devices, and sensors.
TDCOMM, a leading Private Network solutions company in Israel has partnered with Druid Software, a leading provider of core network solutions, and Stadicom a company dedicated to drive advanced user experiences in stadiums to bring Israel’s 1st and most advanced 5G stadium experience to consumers and the developer community.
The new 5G stadium experience is designed to showcase high bandwidth applications with ultra-low latency to both consumers and the developer community. The envisioned applications will include smartphone apps, high-speed cameras, XR and AR, smart devices, and sensors.
TDCOMM’s 5G stadium solution will focus on performance, ease of service, and efficient management for multiple host customers. The solution provides hybrid connectivity with commercial networks, utilizing an advanced MEC and DPI based architecture for efficient flows of data. Network data will be sliced and secure, ensuring that the various services provided to each customer are kept separate and secure.
“We are thrilled to bring Israel’s 1st and most advanced 5G stadium experience to consumers and the developer community,” said Amir Lugasi, CRO of TDCOMM. “This collaboration with Druid Software enables us to showcase the power of 5G and how it can enhance the fan experience at the stadium.”
“The new 5G stadium solution is expected to transform the way fans experience live sports events,” commented Liam Kenny, CEO of Druid Software. “With ultra-low latency and high-speed connectivity, fans can experience live sports in a whole new way, from real-time replays and live stats to immersive augmented and virtual reality experiences. Our private 5G network solutions enable enterprises to leverage the full power of 5G and we are excited to partner with TDCOMM to bring this new 5G stadium experience to Israel and showcase the true potential of 5G.”
The 5G stadium solution is expected to launch later this year, with plans to expand to other stadiums and venues in Europe in the near future.