One of the most well-known teams in soccer, Manchester United (or MUFC), believes that there are currently 1.1 billion fans of the team worldwide. Qualcomm has now been added to the list of its official global partners worldwide.
As a result, fans of the squad may begin to see some new branding on the next products they purchase, but it appears to feature Snapdragon logos rather than Qualcomm trademarks. As a result, soccer fans who attend MUFC games in person are likely to start hearing a lot more about what the top mobile chipset brand can provide tech users.
However, viewers now stand to learn much more than they would have probably otherwise dreamed about programmes like Snapdragon Insiders – not to mention Snapdragon Spaces XR – going forward. Qualcomm is unlikely to be able to name the specific smartphones, wearables, or laptops powered by its silicon as of late.
According to Victoria Timpson, the club’s chief operating officer of Alliances and Partnerships, these internal Qualcomm solutions will over the next few years ground-breaking experiences for [MUFC] fans across the globe, deepening their engagement with the football club they love.”
Additionally, those who attend home games at Old Trafford might learn about how the new alliance with Qualcomm has boosted network connectivity near the historic stadium soon as well as how it has sparked what Don McGuire, senior vice president of Qualcomm Technologies, refers to as “the new era of technology innovation” at the location generally.