Boldyn Networks has announced it will provide 5G indoor services to Golden 1 Center sports area in Sacramento, California.

The arena, which hosts National Basketball Association (NBA) games, has a capacity of around 17,600 and is home to the Sacramento Kings.

Sacramento Kings arena
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Boldyn will upgrade, operate, and monitor the distributed antenna system (DAS) that supports wireless connectivity at the arena.

The company claims this will "deliver transformational event experiences and streamlined operations to benefit fans, visitors, staff, and vendors."

"Boldyn and the Sacramento Kings both believe in pushing the boundaries for events. That comes with delivering a fan connectivity experience like no other," said Boldyn Networks-US CEO Christos Karmis.

"Our next generation 5G venue infrastructure will provide unparalleled access to advanced technologies that will help the Sacramento Kings, and their fans, take their game to the next level.”

Boldyn notes that its DAS network will support all 5G spectrum bands and major wireless carriers.

Last month, Boldyn Networks finalized its acquisition of Cellnex's private network business.

The deal was completed for an undisclosed sum and includes Edzcom, Cellnex’s Finnish subsidiary that specializes in private networks for industrial environments.