The millennuim dome required on of the biggest ever ticketing projects. To meet the estimated one million ticket transaction over the Dome Web Site, the organisers used Compaq hardware supplied by Ultima Business Solutions. Ultima supplied more than 1,000 desktops and printers, together with 55 compaq servers to cater for the expected 35,000 daily visitors. The Dome has staff of 20,000 and a budget of £758m. It is big enough to contain two Wembley Stadiums or could contain the Eiffel Tower on its side.
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