Today, the Carolina Panthers meet the Denver Broncos for Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The stadium, which opened in 2014, is a technological marvel, from its high-speed Internet and dedicated phone app to the use of recycled materials and solar power. In fact, this year's Super Bowl promises to be the first-ever net-zero energy game. For this week's Tasty Tech Eye Candy, we'll take a look at the different kinds of technology surrounding the game.
Thanks to an enormous new installation of 400 miles of cabling, the stadium is the first-ever to carry 40 gigabits of Internet capacity -- that's 40 times more bandwidth than any known stadium in the United States.
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