IBM Claims Co. Botched Cell Network At Falcons Stadium

Law360 (November 1, 2018, 6:43 PM EDT) -- IBM Corp. sued Corning Wireless Inc. in Georgia federal court Thursday, accusing it of botching the design and installation of a state-of-the-art cell network at the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium and then leaving IBM and the NFL team to spend millions to clean up the mess.

The New York-based computer hardware giant slapped the wireless technology company with a 54-page complaint, accusing Corning of promising to design, test and build an extensive mobile service network inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium despite knowing it could not deliver.

IBM said it hired Corning as a subcontractor based upon the company's promises, which in truth were...

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