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Delivering WiFi to Stream Asia - The "UnConference" for Media & Technology 

by Nadeem Akhtar on Mar 7, 2018
WPP Stream Event

WPP's Stream Asia is the leading Asia-Pacific media and technology event. This ‘unconference’ brings together a highly exclusive set of (un)conventional thought leaders from the media and technology industries to discuss the future of creativity, communications and business. This year’s event was held at the Fairmont Hotel in Jaipur, India Feb 28 through March 3, 2018.

To provide high speed Internet access for the participants, Mojo’s Cloud-based WiFi network was deployed, parallel to the hotel’s existing network. 14 APs were installed to cover the ballroom, gallery, lawns and the poolside areas. Mojo’s high-performance, 4x4, indoor C-120 APs were deployed in the high-density areas and 3x3 O-90 outdoor APs were used for poolside area. The deployment started on the night of Feb 27th and Mojo engineers worked through the night to ensure that the network went live the next morning. In addition to the coverage and capacity constraints, care was taken during deployment to blend-in with the venue aesthetics.

Besides regular applications like Web browsing, YouTube etc, WiFi was also used by several innovative applications including Sophia the humanoid robot, Oculus VR, Google Daydream and Tilt Brush etc.

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Over the course of 3 days, more than 100GB traffic was served through the WiFi network, with nearly 250 unique clients per day. The load was evenly distributed across the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, with roughly equal number of clients connected in the two bands.

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The WiFi network worked flawlessly during the event, without a single escalation to Mojo support team. The number of connection failures was less than 1%, as seen from the Mojo Aware dashboard.

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