The IOC has an infrastructure plan in terms of how it delivers a sustainable legacy for the hosts. […] Connectivity is important to the 2020 Olympics and we are committed to making Tokyo 2020 the most connected games in history” explains Rick Echevarria, GM of Intel’s Olympics partnership.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is creating an innovative environment for the Games, which was postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions. From 207 countries in 33 sports there will be 11,000 athletes competing in technologically highly equipped venues.
5G has a big role in innovating sports spectating, benefiting its advantages The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games alongside Intel Co. NTT and NTT DOCOMO, Inc., cooperated to put 5G in work for a sensational experience.