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New research released for World Telecoms Day today shows that seven in ten of those surveyed believe high-speed broadband access could increase their opportunity to secure higher-paid work, while over half would consider seeking new employment opportunities as a result of having high-speed broadband.
Dara Calleary TD has received confirmation from National Broadband Ireland that fibre build works are well underway in the Ballina area.
Last week 93 patients spent a night on a trolley in Portiuncula University Hospital, Ballinasloe, which is at least in part due to the failure to provide 12 new isolation beds that were to be opened last April, according to local Deputy Denis Naughten.
Galway city and Ballinasloe are two of the latest areas to benefit from the new National Broadband Plan.
National Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company rolling out the new high-speed fibre broadband network under the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), has announced that surveying works in several areas of Mayo are well underway.
National Broadband Ireland has commenced construction of its fibre optic broadband network in the rural areas surrounding the town of Ballinasloe local Independent Deputy and architect of the National Broadband Plan, Denis Naughten, has confirmed.
Build works for the new high-speed fibre broadband network being delivered across Ireland as part of the State’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), are underway in parts of Galway. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are designing, building and operating the new network in a mapped ‘rollout area’ – where commercial operators have not indicated that they will be providing such services.
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High Speed Broadband Infrastructure builder Imagine today announced that its network now covers over 63,500 premises in the county and that it is investing €300m to be first to provide high speed broadband to over one million premises nationally.
Rural homes and businesses in Westmeath are among the first to benefit from a €300m high-speed broadband investment from the high-speed broadband providers, Imagine.