Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company has introduced a new Wi-Fi solution intended to transform the connected fan experience in large sports and entertainment venues. Everest network solution is engineered from the ground up to overcome the challenges of connecting tens of thousands of devices in ultra-high density environments.

Everest requires only one-third of the wireless hardware of traditional legacy systems. Everest access points mount on structures rather than under seats, making it much quicker and cost-effective to install. The Basecamp user control interface provides easy, intuitive system setup, management, and analytics. The system can serve as many as 500 simultaneous client engagements from one access point. Everest has been extensively tested in sold-out arenas, stadiums and major convention centers across the country.

Everest access points feature four 802.11 ac Wave 2-compliant radios, doubling the wireless resources compared to conventional enterprise-class offerings. Everest pairs these radio resources with patented, highly directional, software-controlled antenna systems, creating the ideal conditions for effective MIMO and MU-MIMO communications. Components are housed in an integral IP67-rated enclosure.

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