Posted by: Tony Bradley
CitiField, Mets, new york, Nortel, Shea Stadium, UC, Unified Communications
I guess new baseball stadiums are all the rage in New York. Both the Yankees and the Mets are constructing new stadiums which should be set for the 2009 season. As the Mets move across the parking lot from Shea Stadium to CitiField, they are also moving to cutting-edge communications by deploying a Nortel unified communications network which will allow the employees of the Mets organization to collaborate and communicate in new ways that will help them to be more productive and efficient. According to an article from NetworkWorld, “Citi Field will have as many as 250 Wi-Fi access points to support a range of functions, including wireless ticket-scanning and letting fans order food from their seats.” To learn more about how the Nortel UC solution will enhance and improve communications for the employees and the fans at CitiField, read Unified Communications Takes Center Field at Ball Park.