BT has begun supplying €120m worth of networked IT kit, software and services to the European Parliament under a five-year agreement, the company said on Tuesday.The deal, worth £100m at current exchange rates, involves two framework contracts that have seen BT Global Services take over the provision of IP telephony, unified communications, videoconferencing, telepresence, security and internet access services at the parliament's Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg sites.
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ISPs and privacy campaigners who say that the copyright law falls foul of EU regulations have won a review from the High Court
Under fire from MPs who said that breaking up BT would open up the broadband market, the company has denied that it is 'arrogant and dominant'
There's growing concern within Westminster over the high-speed digital divide -- will the blame fall on BT or the government?
'First, I want you to tell me what this broadband thing is. Second, I want you to tell me why it's in crisis, and third, I want you to sort it out'...
Government is still failing to fully explain how it will roll out broadband to the public sector, and BT could do more to help community Wi-Fi groups, politicians claim
The world's biggest ISP resists suggestions that telcos should fund broadband expansion in the countryside - putting it on BT's side for once
Thursday 2/05/2002Let it never be said that ZDNet UK doesn't cover the issues in depth. Our man in Parliament, the deceptively youthful Graeme Wearden, attended the parliamentary select committee on culture, media and sport for their report on why BT should be split up.
The Leader of the House of Commons has condemned senior bosses who leave with wheelbarrow-loads of cash when their performance might not merit it
European Parliament adopts legal framework that will give it new powers over regulators such as Oftel
Unbundling now has legal weight but BT still won't commit
Parliament puts foot down on accelerator on the highway to pan-European unbundling