Following the London 2012 Olympic Games, Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee reflected on the long-term partnership with Atos, the enormous change, both in the format of the sport and in the technology surrounding the sport, the way communication is being used today, the use of social media, and Atos' vision for the future.
At London 2012, Atos brought new innovation to the Olympic Games delivering personal bests through its IT. Working with LOCOG and the other Partners, they:
- Configured and distributed more than 10,000 computers, servers and network and security devices to more than 90 Olympic venues across Great Britain.
- Managed and secured the IT operations at the London 2012 Technology Operations Center, where Atos Business Technologists have operated during Games time. Supporting the Olympic Games is one of the most complex Managed Services contracts in the world and underlines Atos’ ability to deliver for its clients in the most diverse environments.
- Provided the London 2012 Accreditation System that accredited more than 250,000 people, assigning the correct access privileges and controls to athletes, officials, guests and volunteers.
- Delivered a unique Volunteer Portal that helped London 2012 to recruit more than 70,000 volunteers.
- Ensured that the media in London and around the globe received the results in record time through Atos Information Diffusion Systems. According to Timo Lumme, the Managing Director of IOC Television & Marketing Services, rights holding broadcasters have broadcast over 100,000 aggregate hours of footage during the Olympic Games at London 2012. The Commentator Information System from Atos supported commentary on every second of every sport.
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