Not for the faint-hearted this one, lots of business speak and tonnes of word interfacing (I may have made that up). There’s a massive emphasis on “experience”, so this is a sales pitch for a multifunction site, opposed to a homage to a football pitch. Indeed, it’s quite chilling how there’s nothing obviously permanent in the complex that links “Spurs” with it – bar the cockerel on the roof – which of course, you have to look for.
The blurb from Hewlett Packard says: Offering one of the most connected stadiums in the world, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club uses the Aruba network architecture to underpin the delivery of great fan, visitor and partner experiences during a variety of events from football to American football or even concerts. Partnering with Aruba and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, they enjoy a robust network and IT infrastructure which fulfils their connectivity, network access security and operational needs, while enabling future innovation.