Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of British Telecommunications plc
BT Wholesale, and Openreach segments. The company offers fixed-voice, broadband, mobility, networking, and IT services; IP, Ethernet, and Internet network services; collaboration services; contact centre services that provide the option of using email, Web chat, social media, and the phone; and industry-specific solutions to media companies and broadcasters, as well as consulting, integration, and managed services. It also provides managed virtual firewall services; Internet and remote network access services; broadband services; managed network services; and collaboration services, such as audio, video, and Web conferencing, as well as operates multimedia contact centre to maintain customer...
81 Newgate Street
London, EC1A 7AJ
Key Executives for British Telecommunications plc
Principal Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
British Telecommunications plc Key Developments
BT Adds Collaboration Meeting Rooms to its One Cloud Cisco Service
Nov 18 14
BT announced the launch of Cisco's Collaboration Meeting Room Cloud, adding the new service to its extensive portfolio of Unified Communications and Collaboration products and services. Building on the earlier launch of One Cloud Cisco, Cisco CMR brings full integration with BT's MeetMe voice conferencing service and significantly enhances user experience. It allows users to join a WebEx meeting using Telepresence or other standards based video endpoints, further simplifying video collaboration. BT global quality audio is an integral part of this solution with the WebEx users able to connect to BT's Meet Me with Dolby Voice capabilities.
TOT Presents Initiatives to Seek Private Partnerships
Nov 7 14
TOT Public Company Limited has formally unveiled initiatives to seek private partnerships for six core businesses in a strategic drive to solve its ailing financial status and revive business. Thanwa Laohasiriwong, Director of TOT's Board and President, said up to 10 telecom companies have expressed interest in entering partnerships with the six businesses. Four of the 10 are multinational companies, Telstar, SK Telecom, British Telecom and another big telecom player from China, Thanwa said.
British Telecommunications plc Launches New Next Generation Text
Oct 8 14
British Telecommunications plc has launched its new next generation text, or NGT, service, for people with speech and hearing impairment. NGT enables people who need to use text, to communicate with others over the phone either directly or through a relay assistant. The relay assistant acts as an intermediary to convert speech to text and vice versa for the two people in conversation. The new service gives deaf, hearing and speech impaired people greater freedom and flexibility and allows them to communicate in real time, from a variety of locations, using a range of mobile devices. Customers can now make faster, more fluent phone calls using ordinary smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs as well as their existing specialised terminals. A free app compatible with Android and Apple devices, and personal computers, enables customers to use NGT with internet connected devices. Phone call and text app channels are open at the same time with NGT allowing a conversation to flow more naturally. People with some hearing can still have a voice conversation, but with the added back-up of text in case they do not quite catch something. If the person cannot hear, but can use their voice, the phone allows them to speak directly to the other person while the app displays the other person's speech translated to text by the relay assistant. If the user's speech is impaired, but they have no difficulty in hearing, they can use the app to type via the text relay and the phone to listen. Their text will be translated into speech by the relay assistant. When they are out and about, users can use mobile data or connect to public wi-fi networks and enjoy improved conversation speeds, with the choice of two-way text or speech. The NGT service also offers the option of making direct text-to-text calls using their internet-connected device. Users can link a TextNumber, which looks like a standard phone number, to their home, work or mobile number so that when someone dials the TextNumber the call is automatically connected to the NGT service without the need for a caller to dial a special prefix.
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