Vodafone Qatar has announced that it is has completed the roll out of its GigaNet fibre connectivity across the Aspire Zone sports complex, home to some of the world’s finest sporting facilities and due to play a prominent role in the upcoming 2022 World Cup.
The fibre connectivity, capable of handling speeds of up to 1Gigabit per second, coupled with Vodafone’s live 5G network, now provides the Aspire Zone with a world-class communications infrastructure that allows its facilities to optimise, automate, and innovate.
With hundreds of thousands of visitors expected to descend on Aspire Zone in four years to watch the Middle East’s first World Cup inside Khalifa Stadium, high speed connectivity and technology will form a large part of delivering an unforgettable fan experience.
Vodafone Qatar said: “Aspire Zone is doing incredible work helping develop a strong sports community in the country and raising a new generation of athletes. We are pleased to expand our fibre footprint in the country to include such a key player, providing it with our state-of-the-art infrastructure and making further progress in our ambition to turn Qatar into one of the most connected countries in the world. We are also proud that our infrastructure will contribute to providing World Cup fans with a unique end-to end digital experience which will ensure a memorable tournament.”
Aiming to build a strong digital ecosystem in Qatar, Vodafone has been providing some of the country’s most important projects with a variety of services, including fibre connectivity, 5G network and IoT solutions.
Last month, Vodafone launched GigaNet – the network of the future – the company’s promise to continuously pioneer the latest technologies and innovations.
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