Hockey team to use Bomgar wireless technology
RIDGELAND – Bomgar Corp. announced that the National Hockey League’s Pittsburgh Penguins has selected Bomgar’s remote support solution to enhance IT support for its employees and partners.
Bomgar enables the Penguins’ IT team to remotely configure and fix desktops, laptops, mobile devices and unattended devices, whether they’re at home or on the road.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have moved to the new 735,000-square-foot CONSOL Energy Center. The Penguins’ new arena features 10 million dollars’ worth of innovative technology, including a large, four-sided high-definition scoreboard, 800 high-definition television screens, Wi-Fi that allows fans with smartphones to view on-demand replays and interactive exhibits.
Bomgar is also supporting Stadium Management Group (SMG), which runs the CONSOL center, and Aramark, manager of the arena’s retail and food sales.
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