English Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur has hired technology provider RedstoneConnect to install its IT cabling throughout its new stadium.

The 61,500-capacity stadium awarded the contract to the smart building and commercial spaces technology and services provider to implement the cabling infrastructure.

The firm said that Tottenham’s new stadium is expected to be “the most technologically advanced” of its kind, utilising the “most innovative” technology to ensure flexibility for future demands and development requirements of the space.

“We are proud to have been selected as the vendor of choice to install a digital cabling network in what will be among the most technologically advanced stadia in the world,” said RedstoneConnect chief executive officer Mark Braund, according to the Digital Look website.

“RedstoneConnect is the recognised leader in this field, creating and delivering end-to-end IT infrastructure solutions for many types of commercial spaces including entertainment venues.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Tottenham Hotspur in this iconic and groundbreaking project.”

Recently, Tottenham announced that its roof will be manufactured offsite and will cost £20m (€22.7m/$25.5m), featuring a ‘Sky Walk’ experience for fans, as a well as a luxury restaurant that will be suspended from the structure.

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