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London gears up for most wired Olympics ever

The BBC and British Telecom want to provide record online coverage of the 2010 summer games. But it isn't clear whether Internet service providers around the world will have the capacity to handle the load

British Airways takes off with Cisco VOIP

British Airways PLC (BA), Europe's third-largest airline, has tapped Cisco Systems Inc. to build a telephone system using VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) for its 14,000 office and airport workers, Cisco announced Wednesday. The San Jose, California, company did not specify the size of the contract other than to say it is a "multimillion pound'' deal, which is expected to pay for itself through cost savings within two years.

ITU ASIA : Mobile satellite broadcasting ready for launch

Companies in South Korea and Japan say they are ready to launch a new satellite broadcasting service in the next two months that can send video and audio directly to devices such as mobile telephones, handheld terminals and in-car receivers.

If a new concept called sentient computing takes hold, computers, telephones, cameras, software and other everyday technology tools will automatically

Nortel dials up new VoIP solutions

Nortel Networks Corp., one of the world's largest providers of enterprise telephony, has released two new VOIP (voice over IP) products at the NetWorld+Interop show in Las Vegas.

Execs trade barbs on network convergence

Networking executives convened for a panel discussion at Networld+Interop to talk about network convergence: what it is, when it

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