August 15, 2018
The OEM has been chosen to install a range of hardware, including A3 and A4 printers, across the Premier League club’s new home ground, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Described by Computer Weekly as “one of the most technologically advanced stadiums ever built,” the ground will become Tottenham’s new home following their move from White Hart Lane.
Having chosen HP to provide a wireless network for the arena last year, the OEM’s devices will now be used across the club’s infrastructure, including retail store, museum, and food and drink outlets (including the 65-metre Goal Line Bar, the UK’s longest bar!)
As well as POS devices, ProDesk desktops, mobile workstations and ultrabook PCs, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will operate a variety of HP’s commercial LaserJet printers.
Matthew Collecott, Spurs’ Group Operations and Finance Director, said: “Creating a technology infrastructure that can support an enhanced fan experience requires devices that can meet the growing demands of everyone who comes to enjoy our new stadium. We believe HP, with its wealth of market-leading solutions, can support us on this journey and help us create the ultimate experience for every visitor to our new home.”
The North London side’s new ground was scheduled to open with a game against Champions League finalists Liverpool next month, but the opening has now been pushed back. Tottenham will play their home games at Wembley until the new stadium is complete.
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