Ryan Lawler, writing for TechCrunch:
Levi’s Stadium, which had its ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday, is a beautiful arena. It comfortably seats 68,500 fans and can add additional seating to hold 75,000 for events like the Super Bowl. There are two giant screens on either side of the field, with a viewing area of 19,200 square feet between them. But that’s the kind of thing that we’ve come to expect from new modern arenas. What’s really cool about Levi’s Stadium is the technology that has been built into it. Fans will be treated to arena-wide WiFi, with more than 1,000 access points scattered throughout the stadium. It will have 40 Gbps of connectivity coming in, which is about 40 times the capacity of even the most connected stadiums out there. The stadium will have an app that will allow fans to instantly watch replays from their mobile devices in the stadium, choosing from a variety of different camera angles. That app will also feature paperless ticketing and the ability to order food and drinks directly from your seat. I never saw a game at Candlestick --- neither for the 49ers nor the Giants --- but I'd really like to see a game at Levi's. (Never mind that the new stadium is in Santa Clara, while the team is still called San Francisco. Santa Clara is about 45 miles south of SF.) Be sure to watch the video that accompanies the story.