Megacities:BT- Bringing it All Together for the London 2012 GamesStuart Hill & Jon Lanewith guest speaker Clive Dutton fro...
Our VisionBT Global Services - An IntroductionThe global leader in networked IT servicesBT Global Services is a global lea...
British Telecommunications plc
Bringing it All Together                                 for the London 2012 Olympic                                 and P...
Impact on London and the UK ….  •  First major sporting event in the UK since Commonwealth Games 2002  •  The Olympic and ...
London 2012 … the most connected Games ever                                 The Velodrome     The Olympic Stadium         ...
Technology through the Games                                                         Tokyo Games see first computer and fi...
London 2012 the ultimate right first time – a venue mindset           80,000 connections across 94 locations           Up ...
Communications Services Logical Services modelBritish Telecommunications plc
Minimising environmental impacts, maximising reuse                         BT has developed a ground-breaking             ...
Disciplined planning for on-the-dot delivery                                                     LOCOG service            ...
Clive Dutton     Executive DirectorRegeneration & Inward Investment  clive.dutton@newham.gov.uk      www.newham.gov.uk    ...
Europe’s New Silicon Valley                              Newham LondonCROSSRAIL5 miles / 10 minutes
Newham London
Newham London
Newham London•  London’s regeneration priority•  £3,000,000,000 to UK GDP•  40,000 homes•  100,000 jobs•  £22 billion inve...
Economic legacy for communities and business                                                                              ...
British Telecommunications plc
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  1. 1. Megacities:BT- Bringing it All Together for the London 2012 GamesStuart Hill & Jon Lanewith guest speaker Clive Dutton from Newham Council British Telecommunications plc
  2. 2. Our VisionBT Global Services - An IntroductionThe global leader in networked IT servicesBT Global Services is a global leader in managed networked IT services, operating globally anddelivering locally to help our customers thrive in a changing world Experience, and a track record A global leader in managed networked IT services Around 7,000 corporate and public Multinational corporations sector customers across more Financial institutions than 170 countries Public sector organisations Widely recognised as market leader by industry watchers Major companies in our many key What makes us different? markets globally Around 22,000* people globally, with one of the largest professional services capabilities in our industry Bringing together a broad portfolio of services With a track record of delivering for customers globally in more than 170 countries Underpinned with a unique breadth “BTGS continues to be a formidable competitor in the global of scope, reach and capability marketplace”. And recognised as market leading for customer service and innovation Current Analysis, 2011 * Equivalent full-time employees including both full and part time employees 2 British Telecommunications plc
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  4. 4. Bringing it All Together for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic GamesBritish Telecommunications plc
  5. 5. Impact on London and the UK …. •  First major sporting event in the UK since Commonwealth Games 2002 •  The Olympic and Paralympic Games are the equivalent to 46 World Championships •  The Olympic Park is the largest park development in Europe for over 100 years •  10% of park construction workers previously unemployed •  3,000 homes in the Olympic Park for the future •  Expected to boost the economy by over £21bn •  Over 10.8 million spectators •  Up to 70,000 volunteers •  800,000 people expected to use the public transport on the busiest day of the Games •  240,000 people will travel by rail to the Olympic Park every hourBritish Telecommunications plc
  6. 6. London 2012 … the most connected Games ever The Velodrome The Olympic Stadium 94 venues throughout The Aquatic Centre the UKBritish Telecommunications plc
  7. 7. Technology through the Games Tokyo Games see first computer and first live colour picturesPhoto finish introduced in Stockholm with opening ceremonies broadcast via satellite to the U.S. forGames, heralding the timing first time. Results stored on computers for the first time Berlin Games first to be televised, with events broadcast throughout In conjunction with the Games in the Olympic Village Atlanta, Georgia, the first-ever Olympic Games website receives 189 million hits First all IP-based infrastructure for Vancouver Winter Games TV crews fly tapes of the Rome Games back to New York to be broadcast, dramatically changing the way the public interacted with the Olympics Los Angeles Games introduces email to the wider world Technology begins to win a place at BT delivers the most the Paris Games with the events advanced IP converged first live radio broadcast 3,600 hrs of broadcast coverage network ever deployed for a at the Beijing Games, exceeding summer Olympic and all coverage from previous Paralympic Games* Games added together * The first time an IP converged network has been used for summer Olympic Games, using Cloud-based IP voice technology British Telecommunications plc
  8. 8. London 2012 the ultimate right first time – a venue mindset 80,000 connections across 94 locations Up to 60Gb of information carried each second 1,800 wireless access points 5,500km of internal cabling 16,500 telephone lines 14,000 mobile SIM cards 10,000 cable TV outlets 642,000 man-hours Over 800 people on the ground at Games’ TimeBritish Telecommunications plc
  9. 9. Communications Services Logical Services modelBritish Telecommunications plc
  10. 10. Minimising environmental impacts, maximising reuse BT has developed a ground-breaking method for assessing the carbon footprint LOCOG and BT teams are impact of our communications services using conferencing to avoid travel and emissions Piloting electric vehicles for Openreach engineers Using SMART design tools to reduce network infrastructure We are minimising environmental impacts First ever converged network solution for a summer Games created during the that maximises re-use of materials, minimises waste and installation and use of reduces the need for bespoke equipment our London 2012 communications services, as well as ensuring we maximise its potential for re-use.British Telecommunications plc
  11. 11. Disciplined planning for on-the-dot delivery LOCOG service protection period •  World class programme management •  Right first-time discipline •  Mobilisation planning for on-the-dot deliveryBritish Telecommunications plc
  12. 12. Clive Dutton Executive DirectorRegeneration & Inward Investment clive.dutton@newham.gov.uk www.newham.gov.uk Slide 12
  13. 13. Europe’s New Silicon Valley Newham LondonCROSSRAIL5 miles / 10 minutes
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  16. 16. Newham London•  London’s regeneration priority•  £3,000,000,000 to UK GDP•  40,000 homes•  100,000 jobs•  £22 billion investment•  Convergence achieved
  17. 17. Economic legacy for communities and business Olympic Village apartments will be early beneficiaries of superfast broadbandCommunications servicesinstalled for London 2012 willbecome part of the national BT Running “Are you Fit for London 2012” to helpinfrastructure businesses across the UK understand and capitalise on opportunities BT is working with stakeholders to ensure the communications services we install for the Games form an economic legacy that Upgrading the exchange and deploying fibre to benefit benefits communities and business beyond businesses and communities in Weymouth 2012British Telecommunications plc
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