By: Kate Flexter
Riverbend Music Center is about to begin its summer concert season and AT&T is boosting its wireless network capacity to accommodate the large crowds.
AT&T deployed a Cell on Wheels (COW) to accommodate expected increased wireless network demands from the high concentration of smartphone users at the venue.
"This new enhancement of AT&T's wireless coverage at Riverbend offers our visitors added enjoyment of a truly interactive experience," said Matt Dunne, Riverbend Music Center General Manager.
The enhanced wireless network will be put to the test this Friday night as the Zac Brown Band takes the stage to kickoff the summer concert season.
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