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Fans and guests will have soon have access to free, high-density wi-fi at M&T Bank Stadium, thanks to 800 new wireless access points supplied by the California-based companies Extreme Networks Inc. and PCM Inc. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

M&T Bank keeps Baltimore stadium naming rights

M&T Bank and the Baltimore Ravens announced a 10-year, $60 million extension of their partnership, providing for continuation of naming rights to M&T Bank Stadium and an array of community-focused programs.

One new initiative, being organized through the Baltimore Community Foundation, will establish the Judith P. Hoyer Early Child Care and Family Education Center, to provide comprehensive services to increase school readiness for at-risk children under age 5 and their families.

The Ravens and M&T will provide $600,000 in funding for the Judy Center, which will be located at an elementary school in Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood.

The Ravens-M&T Bank partnership began in 2003, and is now extended through 2027.