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An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, yesterday launched a joint venture between Vodafone and the ESB that will see one gigabit broadband being delivered to 10 towns around the country including Castlebar and Westport.
The Telecommunications and Internet Federation (TIF), the IBECgroup that represents the telecoms sector, today called on companies and individuals in the West to engage in the Department of Communications consultation on high speed broadband, which closes next Thursday February 12. Last year, the Department announced a major initiative to subsidise a high speed broadband (30Mbps) network to ensure every home and business is covered. To benefit, it's important that people check to see if they are covered by the existing plans.
Broadband speeds in the county are to increase and could help Mayo attract more new industries.
Q Sat Broadband, Ireland’s leading provider of satellite broadband, is embarking on a nationwide tour this May, to bring the Q Sat Broadband experience to life, in areas where reliable broadband connectivity remains a live issue.
Rural areas of Westmeath are to benefit from a minimum of 30mbps of broadband under the National Broadband Plan. That’s according to a representative of the Department of Communications who gave a presentation to members of Westmeath County Council last week.
Eurona Brisknet, a local broadband provider is delighted to announce new satellite broadband services to anywhere in Ireland. Eurona Brisknet are part of Eurona Telecoms Group, one of Europe’s largest wireless telecoms providers. Eurona Brisknet’s head office in Ireland is on Racecourse Road, Roscommon town and currently supplies internet for many businesses and thousands of domestic homes.
Irish Rural Link has warned that the time for making applications under the Rural Broadband Scheme will come to an end on July 29. The scheme applies to households and premises which are outside of the regions covered by the earlier National Broadband Scheme.
One-hundred and ten electoral districts in Mayo now have broadband as part of the successful delivery by 3 Ireland, of the €223 million National Broadband Scheme, according to Communications Minister Eamon Ryan.
Some 33 new electoral districts in Kilkenny now have broadband with a minimum download speed of 1.6Mbps and maximum of 6.8Mbps available.
Irish wireless broadband provider, Ripplecom has announced that it is investing €500,000 in its national broadband network infrastructure before the end of 2010.