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Broadband for 10 schools in the county

Five schools in Athlone and another five schools in Mullingar are set to benefit from upgraded broadband access by the end of September.

High-speed broadband waiting to be used, says eircom

By Claire O’Brien

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Rural broadband an issue on the doorsteps

One Mullingar secretary has to sit on the bonnet of a car in Forest Park to get internet coverage, and a father who is studying online has to stay two hours late in work because he has no broadband at home - these were the stories told at this week’s April meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Galway schools to get 100mbs broadband by October

Galway’s secondary school should have 100 mbs broadband access by October, allowing pupils higher speed broadband internet access than before.

Business client services at The Harlequin Hotel

The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar is located in the town centre.

New ‘superhighway’ internet cable from US could create Mayo ‘Silicon Valley’

“The biggest news story in Mayo since Knock Airport” is how one insider described the revelation this week that a major dark fibre optic cable from Mayo to New York is set to be developed.

Rural broadband scheme welcomed but concerns over quality and speed

The Western Development Commission has this week welcomed the Government’s commitment to providing a universal broadband scheme to all areas, but Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has expressed serious concerns that the scheme omits those with unacceptably low level of service.

Rural Broadband Scheme a welcome development for Westmeath Tourism

Fáilte Ireland has welcomed Communications Minister, Pat Rabbitte’s announcement of a new Rural Broadband Scheme aimed at providing universal broadband access throughout Ireland by the end of 2012.

Westmeath libraries launch eAudiobook

As part of Library Ireland Week 2011, Westmeath County Library Service are pleased to announce the launch of their new eAudiobook Service, Clipper DL.

 

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