The technology behind the Vancouver Olympic Games

The switches, smartphones, telepresence and Web technologies that will keep the Olympic games running smoothly and keep viewers in touch

At the heart of the Olympic infrastructure is an over 285 km fiber-optic network that will provide all voice, data and broadcast services. This includes 400,000 private radio calls, and 10,416 hours of dedicated TV broadcast coverage to more than three billion viewers.

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