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World Cup Analysis Shines Light on Mobile Usage Patterns
July 10, 2014 - An extensive analysis of mobile use throughout the 2014 FIFA World Cup, administered by global data master Allot Communications, demonstrated the importance of mobile apps in large events with mass audiences.
Can RFS Maintain its Winning Streak at Mineirao and Maracanã Stadiums?
July 7, 2014 - Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, will be providing 212,000 fans with access to wireless communications at the upcoming Garmany vs. Brazil semi-final.
Linktel and Accuris Networks Work Together to Provide Top Notch Seamless Roaming Services
June 23, 2014 - The 2014 FIFA World Cup, a tournament for the men's football world championship taking place in Brazil has been creating pulsating moments for fans globally. It is estimated that more than half a million visitors are going to Brazil for the World Cup action. Technology and FIFA have always gone hand in hand from the year this tournament was launched. New technologies are making its way every year and this year it's all about connectivity.
Africa Has Caught the World Cup Fever
June 20, 2014 - What is one thing that people love across the world? Sports. The world's most popular sport? Soccer, or football depending on where you live, and right now, people across the world are especially obsessed with the game. The FIFA World Cup, the world's largest soccer tournament held every 4 years, is taking place right now in Brazil, drawing the eyes of millions. Just how many people are watching?
Google and ESPN Partner on World Cup Search Results
June 16, 2014 - The World Cup is a plenty big deal to those who don't spend a great deal of time on the Internet. It's an equally big deal to those who do indeed spend quite a bit of time on the web and that's the reason Google and ESPN have teamed up to include the tournament's video highlights into web searches. These highlights will include those that are in-progress, as well as post match wrap-up.
Can Middle East Enterprises Handle the Streaming Frenzy of the FIFA World Cup 2014?
June 13, 2014 - The upcoming World Cup in Brazil is a fantastic example of how our consumption of both data and content is changing. Major sporting events such as the World Cup and the Olympics are quickly becoming, first and foremost, digital events.
BRS Labs' AISight Platform Brings Intelligent Video Surveillance to the World Cup and throughout Brazil
June 13, 2014 - Yesterday was the first day of the FIFA World Cup tournament, a competition that involves 32 countries, the best soccer players in the world and after a month, a champion is crowned and involves many of soccer's best teams, representing 32 countries. Unfortunately, the tournament started with hundreds of protesters in Sao Paulo, vowing "There Will Be No Cup," as soccer-loving enthusiasts roamed the streets, prior to the game between Brazil and Croatia.
Hacking Collective Anonymous Targets World Cup Websites
June 13, 2014 - A DDoS attack happens when the main server is flooded with requests from multiple computers. These multiple systems are compromised and are controlled remotely by hackers to send massive traffic to the targeted server. As a result of this attack, the server stops responding to the requests of legitimate users because it is busy responding to the requests coming from the hacked systems.

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