ARLINGTON, Texas. (TheStreet) -- The 95,000 people expected to pack Cowboys Stadium for Super Bowl XLV on Sunday may have their eyes glued on Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers, but the technology infrastructure within the $1.2 billion arena also deserves star billing, if you ask Dallas Cowboys CIO Pete Walsh."I don't think there's anything that rivals where we are today," he told TheStreet. "This is setting the bar pretty high." With 261 miles of fiber and 6 million feet of copper, the stadium's core tech backbone is more akin to that of a small city than a sports facility; the Cowboys' home is full of gear from tech heavyweights like Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ), Cisco ( CSCO), Sony ( SNE) and VMware ( VMW).
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