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The Olympics' 'mission control' (photos)

CNET's Ina Fried gets a tour of the main technology center for the Vancouver Games.

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Magnus is bored

Magnus Alvarsson, chief integrator for technology consultant Atos Origin, says that he is practically bored with all the computer systems running so smoothly.
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Inside

A look inside the main technology center for the Vancouver Olympics.
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Vancouver, we don't have a problem

Alvarsson said that his thoughts have already turned to the next task--decommissioning the computers and networking gear that have been dispersed to venues throughout Vancouver and Whistler.
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Real-time results

A look at the system that Atos has built to give journalists covering the games with near-real-time results.
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Hockey score sheet

A look at the results from one Hockey game on the Atos Origin-built results system for journalists.

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