Porto Maravilha serves as a "living lab" as we work to transform Rio into a smarter and more human city. Cisco is supporting, testing and implementing city services aimed at improving experiences for citizens and visitors to the area.
100,000 sq. meters Wi-Fi coverage; 25 Cisco access points; 1500 simultaneous users.Read more
With a state-of-the-art lab, data center, partner collaboration room and more, the Center of Innovation helps local and global organizations improve business outcomes by bringing together people, processes, data and things.Read more
The largest of the Naves (Knowledge Ships), Triagem houses the Cisco Networking Academy, which provides free IT training courses. To date, more than 225 graduates have completed the programs, with more than 60 hired to work the Games.
1200+ classroom hours; 221 graduates of the Olympic City Technical Program in first wave with more to come; 100 graduates hired to support the GamesRead more
Madureira, the 3rd largest park in Rio, is home to one of the five Naves that serve as collaborative spaces to connect Rio's communities to the world. Using Cisco technology, the Naves foster learning, collaboration and digital inclusion.
For nearly three decades, this area housed an abandoned public hospital. Now, after its transformation, the iconic Nave of Padre Miguel allows residents to enjoy the world of digital culture in its various perspectives.
This Nave was named for the Portuguese word for German, "Alemão," which in Brazil refers to all fair skinned people. It is one of the five collaborative spaces in Rio using Cisco technology to connect to the world.
Powered by Cisco technology, the Museum of Tomorrow and its new Activities of Tomorrow Lab encourage innovation and experimentation that will transform the lives of people living in urban areas.
10 Development IoT Experiences; 10 IoT Development Kits; 3 Cisco TPs (Auditorium, Observatory and Lab)Read more
Through a partnership with the Brazilian Olympic Committee (BOC), Cisco is providing cutting-edge technology enable faster communications, better collaboration, and ultimately, improve athletic performance.
29 National Federations connected around Brazil using 4.7 tons of Cisco equipmentRead more
Cisco is the presenting sponsor of NBA House - the NBA's primary hub for hospitality and fan engagement at the 2016 Rio Games. The interactive showcase will focus on creating connections and enabling new fan experiences.Read more
Maracanã is just 1 of 148 venues we will connect as part of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games as we aim to make this the most connected Games ever.
15,000 connected athletes; 9M connected spectators; 54 million real time competition results.
Located near beautiful Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Cisco House will serve as the main hospitality and organizational headquarters during the Games. The facility will showcase Cisco's activation and legacy work in Brazil.
Barra Olympic Park will be at the center of the Olympic action, home to tennis, swimming and diving, gymnastics and more - all powered by the Cisco network.
During the Games, Cisco will partner with NBC to deliver real-time broadcast footage to consumer devices across the globe, as well as provide networking and security solutions.
24/7 broadcasting from 26 venues; 5 billion global audience; 50 million hours of video watched via mobileRead more
The Cisco Barra office serves as the company’s center of operations during the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games, with more than 100 employees and staff on the ground to support Cisco's programs and activations.