Bel Air Internet has landed a contract to provide high-speed Internet to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, with the services going live this month, the company said.
The raceway, which hosts over 1,400 events per year is home to the Electric Daisy Carnival, an annual music festival that boasted attendance of over 400,000 people in 2015.
The networking and Internet service provided by Bel Air Internet will allow the sporting and event producers at the venue to stream content live, provide Wi-Fi hot spots for their 100,000+ guests to upload photos and videos to social media and handle the barrage of devices vying for service at the event.
This move follows a trend of sports arenas and raceways throughout the country upgrading their Internet and Wi-Fi capacity in order to both enhance the guest experience and stream out more content instantaneously.
Since Bel Air Internet´s expansion to Southern Nevada in 2014, it has established itself as a premiere communications provider in the region, with contracts to provide Internet, DIRECTV and phone services at prestigious properties such as the Turnberry Place properties, One Queensridge Place and the Park Towers.
Bel Air Internet is a fully integrated communication provider offering high-speed Internet access, DIRECTV & Telephone Service. Utilizing their own proprietary gigabit backbone, Bel Air Internet delivers its broadband services to residential buildings, hotels, post-production facilities and businesses throughout Southern California and Las Vegas.