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2015-02-24 11:18:00
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Small Cell as a Service connects football fans in Poland

Fot. Mateusz Kostrzewa
Visitors to the Legia Warszawa Municipal Stadium will enjoy carrier-grade Wi-Fi connectivity and value-added services. Moreover, Ericsson will provide a managed services solution that includes Wi-Fi technology and planning, design, implementation, integration, optimization and maintenance services.
Legia Warszawa has become one of the first football clubs in Europe to sign a Small Cell as a Service contract with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC). The six-year agreement will ensure that visitors to the municipal stadium in Warszawa can enjoy carrier-grade Wi-Fi connectivity. Under the Small Cell as a Service business model launched at Mobile World Congress in 2014, Ericsson will provide Legia Warszawa with a complete, managed solution. It includes technology such as carrier-grade Wi-Fi access points, IP routers and Ethernet switches, as well as planning, design, implementation, integration, optimization and maintenance services.

Jakub Szumielewicz, Vice President of Legia Warszawa, says: “When we were searching for a partner for this Wi-Fi project and Ericsson told us about their innovative Small Cell as a Service business model and how they could turn our home stadium into a connected venue, we were immediately interested. Our club will be 100 years old next year, and it will be great to start our second century with a stadium that provides cutting-edge mobile connectivity and value-added services. We are very happy to introduce such a solution – the first of its kind in Poland and one of the first in Europe. This way we can strengthen our position as a leader in sports business transformation. Legia Warszawa is always searching for strong partners with recognized brands who can guarantee the success of such a project – and Ericsson is that type of partner.”


From the left: Vice President of Legia Warszawa Jakub Szumielewicz, Vice President of Legia Warszawa Rafał Wyszomierski. 

Jean-Claude Geha, Vice President and Head of Managed Services at Ericsson, says: “Thousands of people turn up to watch Legia Warszawa play football and the club naturally wants to keep it that way. By supplementing the network capacity provided by local operators with carrier-grade Wi-Fi, we can ensure that large crowds of visiting fans can continue to share photos, tweets and e-mails. Small Cell as a Service is a business model that ensures we can do all of this in the most cost-effective way, while working closely with our customer as a partner to provide a superior experience for end users.”


From the left: Vice President of Legia Warszawa Rafał Wyszomierski, Sales Manager of Ericsson Jacek Falkiewicz, Board Member of Ericsson Anna Olesiejuk, Vice President of Legia Warszawa Jakub Szumielewicz, President of Ericsson Poland Oliver Kanzi and CEO of Legia Warszawa Dariusz Marzec.

Together with Legia Warszawa, the first sports club to sign a Small Cell as a Service deal, Ericsson looks forward to demonstrating the multiple advantages of connected venues.


    Legia Warszawa

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