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Friday June 17th, 2016

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Got signal? Parc des Princes scores with digital for the Euro 2016

Work carried out by Axione enabled the spectators at the Euro 2016 Portugal/Austria match to have high performance network coverage at Parc des Princes on 18 June. With the advent of digital, quality GSM coverage has become essential both indoors and in major arenas. The stadium is now equipped with state-of-the-art transmission capabilities via multiple operators.

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