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BT partners with IISC to set up research centre for collaborative research

December 13, 2018
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British Telecom (BT) has partnered with Indian Institute of Science (IISC) to set up a research centre for collaborative research in Bengaluru. The research centre would focus on the development of artificial intelligence, mobility and cyber-security technologies for use in the operator’s programmes, products and services.

This centre will also complement BT’s relationship with Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi, which focuses on elastic optical networks and quantum key distribution technologies.

Now, the Indian research facility will join BT's network of collaborative research facilities in China, Northern Ireland, the United Arab Emirates and the US.

Earlier, in July, the company had opened a new cyber security operations centre at Gurugram, Haryana. The centre monitors the threats against the firm's assets and its customers' networks by detecting, analysing and mitigating the cyber threats in real time.

BT’s global network supports its strategic research agenda of generating insight into emerging technologies and developing products and services for its customers.

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