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Irish rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll explores positive role played by sport in Belfast
Brian O’Driscoll is to feature in a powerful new BT Sport film which examines the impact sport is having in tackling social deprivation across Belfast.
Blue sky thinking to power BT’s research HQ
BT today announced a £26 million deal with UK Sustainable Energy Ltd (UK-SE) to take 100 per cent of the green energy generated by UK-SE’s new solar farm near Ipswich, Suffolk
BT Sport gives viewers more content with new ‘red button’ service
BT Sport viewers are set to benefit from even more top flight TV programming following the launch of its BT Sport Extra ‘red button’ service in the UK and Ireland, this weekend
South Yorkshire to boost broadband coverage
South Yorkshire has joined forces with BT in a multi-million pound deal to extend the availability of high-speed, fibre broadband to around 981 per cent of homes and businesses in the city region.
BT launches cloud contact in Spain to help businesses improve customer relations
BT today announced the launch in Spain of BT Cloud Contact, its cloud-based multichannel contact centre solution, designed to help organisations strengthen relationships with their own customers.
Corbridge is first west northumberland town to benefit from iNorthumberland project
Corbridge has become the first community in West Northumberland to benefit from the multi-million pound iNorthumberland project.
BT extends partnership with Glencore to harmonise global communications infrastructure
BT today announced a contract with Glencore, one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies
BT Employees cycle from Paris to London to support a better future for younger generations
BT today announced the kick-off of the “BT Bike Ride”, a sports and charity project organised for the first time by BT teams based in France.
An open letter on telecommunications considerations in the Scottish independence referendum

Superfast broadband takes centre stage as Shakespeare propelled into the 21st century in ‘world first’ in Cornwall
An innovative performance in Cornwall of Shakespeare’s 400-year-old play The Tempest has explored how technology could change the way theatrical plays are performed and watched in what is believed to be a world first.
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