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- How simple ants can sort out BT's complex nets. Geake, Elisabeth // New Scientist;3/5/94, Vol. 141 Issue 1915, p20
Reports on how British Telecommunications Laboratories in Martlesham, Suffolk manage their telecommunication network. Pattern of behavior of garden ants applied; Use of small computer programs known as `agents.'
- BT's big break into TV broadcasting. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;12/3/94, Vol. 144 Issue 1954, p21
Features the use of AT&T's carrierless amplitude and phase modulation system for television broadcasting by British Telecommunications (BT). Prevention by the British Department of Trade and Industry from television broadcasting through telephone lines; Non-feasibility of laying cable in rural...
- BT, Telenor launch Mobiq sat phone. // RCR;02/10/97, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p26
Reports on the launching of a satellite telephone by British Telecommunications plc and Telenor of Norway. Information on the phone named Mobiq; Cost of the phone.
- BT Opens Up City Fiber Network in Paris. // Voice & Data;Oct2013, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p81
The article reports that British Telecom (BT) opened up its City Fiber Network (CFN) in Paris, France which offers access to the BT Connect network services portfolio including Ethernet, optical and internet.
- Tesco to launch telecoms services. // Utility Week;7/12/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p9
Reports that supermarket group Tesco is planning to offer fixed-line telecommunications services in Great Britain following a proposal by telecommunications regulator Oftel that British Telecommunications (BT) must rent wholesale line access to competitors. Aim of the plan; Impact of forcing BT...
- BT ups fixed-mobile ante. // Telecommunications - International Edition;Jun2004, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p12
Reports on British Telecom's announcement that Bluephone handsets will be commercially available before the end of 2004 through its partnership with Alcatel, Ericsson and Motorola.
- Company Spotlight: BT Group. // MarketWatch: Telecoms;Jun2005, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p14
The article reports on the effort BT Group PLC to name the suppliers for its five-year 21st Century Project which aims to migrate its move its entire consumer, enterprise and wholesale customer base to an Internet Protocol network by 2008 in Great Britain. Among the network's five appointed...
- Industry Comment: Managed security services: can BT do it? // MarketWatch: Telecoms;Mar2006, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p5
The article comments on the statement of Ray Stanton, global head of business continuity, security and governance at British Telecom PLC, about how the company intends to expand its managed security services for customers. A survey of target companies found that security is valuable to brand and...
- BT says flexible bandwidth calls for network overhaul. McAuliffe, Wendy // New Media Age;11/6/2003, p3
Focuses on the plan of British Telecom (BT) as of November 2003, to offer flexible bandwidth to broadband customers. Problems experienced with the current BT network; Percentage of actual and potential broadband customers who would be willing to pay a premium for guaranteed minimum bandwidth;...