From the day it opened in August, Levi’s Stadium has set multiple records for very high-density Wi-Fi performance. On an average NFL game day, the Wi-Fi network moves over 2.3 TB of traffic, and serves up thousands of video replays while continuously exceeding 1Gbps of traffic for over two hours. Chuck will explain key aspects of the design that are helping to drive these results. He will share useful engineering data on picocell performance. And he will talk about some things he got wrong and plans to do differently next time.