Photos: Atos Origin's Olympic IT plans
Atos Origin has unveiled its roadmap to get the necessary IT ready for the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
It's just three years until the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and there's a lot of tech work still to go.
Olympic IT partner Atos Origin marked the three-year milestone by unveiling its tech rollout plans. Click here or on Gallery above to see the plans.
Atos Origin's Michle Hyron, chief integrator at London 2012, said in a statement: "The technology roadmap for each Games is divided into four phases and we are now close to completing phase one design of the technology infrastructure and systems that will relay the results to the world in a fraction of a second."
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