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BT Newsbyte
BT's quarterly newsletter for analysts, consultants and investors - Issue 27 - April 2012
BT Newsbyte - the quarterly newsletter for analysts & investors, shining a spotlight on innovation, products and strategy across BT

Welcome

Hello and welcome to the April edition of 'Newsbyte'.

Again, we had a very busy quarter – we announced a technological development which will enable us to offer 'FTTP on demand', further expansion of our operations and network in the Middle East and Africa, and expansion of our IP voice services portfolio at BT Wholesale.

In this issue we hear from Olivier Campenon, president EMEA at BTGS, about BT's investment in the Middle East and Africa, we look at two cloud applications to enhance BT Wholesale's IPVS portfolio and also provide a 60 second technical guide to 'FTTP on demand'.

Also, Bas Burger, president Global Commerce gives us insight into his challenges, initiatives and recent deals in 'Newsbyte talks to'.

Plus we hear from Neil Rogers, president Global Government, about how BT is supporting the UK government in delivering its public service network (PSN) and G-cloud initiatives.

We hope you enjoy the stories here and as always, don't forget to visit our website atwww.btplc.com/sharesandperformancefor presentations, press releases and videos. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact one of the team.

Joanna Gluzman-Laukkanen,Director of Analyst Relations

Damien Maltarp, Group Investor Relations Director

 


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