Upwards of 10 million viewers in the Northeast watched the Super Bowl on our wireline fiber network. We had prepped with reliability and redundancy measures.
Super Bowl game day Verizon fans used 18.8 TB of data, equal to one person binge-watching HD video for 435 straight days.
Verizon used multi-stream immersive virtual reality and video to stream live in-stadium game action in Minneapolis and New York over 5G technology
Verizon worked closely with public safety officials in Minnesota to support their efforts keep fans safe during Super Bowl festivities.
Our customers in Minneapolis received major permanent network upgrades ahead of the Big Game.
Brian Mecum, who leads the Verizon Network team in the West, has led network preparations for five Super Bowls, including the big game this Sunday.
Discover the hidden work that goes on behind the scenes of one of the world’s most-watched sporting events.
For fans at Super Bowl LII, Verizon enhanced its wireless network with 500 percent more data capacity, LTE Advanced technology and permanent upgrades in Minneapolis/Saint Paul.
NFL and Verizon announced a multi-year partnership to stream NFL content to sports fans nationwide on Yahoo Sports and across Verizon’s media brands– regardless of mobile network
The Green Bay Packers star linebacker embraces technology every step (and tackle) of the way.