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Athlone, Mullingar, and Longford are to be included in the first phase of Ireland’s first 100 per cent fibre-to-the-building broadband network, offering speeds from 200 Mbps to 1000 Mbps to 500,000 premises in 50 regional towns.
The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the voice of the export industry in Ireland,have announced that Aerogen, innovative medical device and drug delivery company Exporter of the Year 2014 at the Export Industry Awards (Awards). The Awards, in their 14th year, attracted more than 500 guests including Minister Alex White, TD, the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources who provided a keynote address, Ambassadors and Dignitaries from 24 embassies in Ireland and Ivan Yates as MC to the Convention Centre Dublin.
The future of one of Ireland’s oldest community radio stations is secure following the identification of a new funding programme.
Grid West is currently continuing its work in looking at both overground and underground route options for the infrastructure project.
The future of Barnaderg Post Office and An Post’s refusal to outline its strategy for sustaining the rural post office network are the topics expected to be thrashed out at a public meeting at Barnaderg Community Centre next week.
Mayo woman Jana McGrath was selected from some 20,000 applicants to become one of 32 new ecar ambassadors who will take part in the Great Electric Drive. This is the second year of the Great Electric Drive, which gives 26 members of the public and six commercial organisations the opportunity to trial an electric car for up to four months each. The ambassadors were selected from more than 20,000 applicants from all over Ireland. The ambassadors were announced at an event held in Dublin this week, which was attended by the Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte.
NUI Galway students’ union turns 50 this year, and the union is inviting all past and present NUI Galway students' union officers, staff, journalists, colleagues, and friends to celebrate at a reunion next month.
Claremorris moved itself to the top of the technology chain this week when the town was unveiled as Ireland’s first fibre town Enet, Ireland’s open access network operator, is building Ireland’s first fibre town in Claremorris, through a €0.5m investment in broadband infrastructure which sees AirSpeed Telecom offering 250Mbs broadband connectivity to local businesses.
Just a day after Claremorris became Ireland’s first ‘fibre town’ with the launch by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte of a €500,000 investment in broadband infrastructure in the town, which sees the construction of a Fibre to the Business network (FFTB), there was more good news for Claremorris today.