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BT assures peerless service delivery for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

July 30, 2012 No Comments

Source: BT

BT is building and running the communications services infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In all there are 94 competition and non-competition venues throughout the UK. All will be all connected via the high-speed BT national network. The telecommunications services provided by BT encompass WAN, MAN, LAN, TV, and Wi-Fi services. The scale of the challenge is breath-taking

  • 80,000 voice and data outlets, 16,500 fixed telephone lines, 14,000 mobile SIM cards, and 1,550 wireless access points
  • London 2012 Games website hosting with an estimated billion page views to www.london2012.com
  • Estimated 60GB of multimedia data generated every second by 20,000 accredited media personnel using 14,000 cable TV outlets (the equivalent of 3,000 high definition photos every second)
  • Core network providing 160Gbps between points of presence and 20Gbps to each of the individual venues
  • In excess of 4,000 Cisco-supplied routers and LAN switches

Have a look at their latest case study here and they are helping to deliver the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

howard dickel 118x117 BT assures peerless service delivery for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games“In the eyes of the world, London 2012 represents the ultimate right first time delivery challenge. We are working closely with LOCOG and its technology partners to play our leading role in making the Games a resounding success.”

-Howard Dickel, London 2012 Delivery Director, BT Global Services

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