BT     BT

BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and services with a revenue of approximately £19.5 billion in 2005/2006. Its principal activities include networked IT services, local, national, and international telecommunications services, and higher-value broadband and Internet products and services. On 31 March 2006 at the conclusion of the 2005/2006 financial year, 87% of BT's revenues were derived from operations within the UK, where BT is the largest communications service provider, serving over 20 million business and residential customers with more than 28 million exchange lines, as well as providing network services to other licensed operators.

Adastral Park (Martlesham Heath) in Suffolk, UK, is home to 3,500 of BT's top scientists, engineers, and business people. BT's employees include many who are world leaders in their specialist fields, working at the forefront of new technologies and standards development in areas such as broadband applications and services, IP and data networks, IT, mobility, network design and management, and business applications. BT provides research, development, and consulting services for BT, developing innovative technological ideas and solutions that translate into practical and marketable solutions for the business. BT's labs played a leading role in the development of global communications standards and it inherits from them a science and engineering base acknowledged widely as second to none. 

Bob Briscoe
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Trevor Burbridge
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Trevor is working on PSIRP architecture, security, and socio-economic evaluation tasks. He works at BT Networks Research Centre.
  Chris Reason
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Experimental validation and relation to Onelab2 FP7 project.