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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny is making a significant broadband announcement in Castlebar later today.
Eircom has announced plans to significantly increase broadband speeds on its network in Ballina, Castlebar and Westport.
Mayo’s ambitions to market the county as one of Ireland’s leading locations for start-ups, particularly in the technology sphere, are in full flight this weekend.
Loughrea businesses are being urged by the chamber of commerce to seize the opportunity available to become a fibre town.
Claremorris project wins Airspeed Telecom and Enet Project of the Year (SME) at 2014 Tech Excellence Awards
AirSpeed Telecom, the leading provider of integrated licensed wireless with fibre telecommunications services to businesses in Ireland, and Enet, Ireland’s open access network operator, won the Project of the Year (SME) category at the 2014 Tech Excellence Awards this week. The award was received in recognition of the establishment of Claremorris in Mayo as Ireland’s first fibre town.
Claremorris’ businesses are being urged by their Chamber of Commerce to seize the fantastic opportunity available to become Ireland’s first fibre town. However, the development of the country’s first “fibre to the business” (FTTB) network in Claremorris will only happen if over 50 per cent of the town’s businesses sign up according to chamber president Jimmy Flynn.
Eircom has announced its plans to increase its national fibre footprint from one to 1.2 million homes and businesses including those in Moate in Westmeath.
Eircom has announced it will roll out its fibre network to two new locations in county Westmeath.
Businesses in Ballina will be celebrating the announcement by Smart Telecom that they now have the capability to connect and operate the MAN system in Ballina. The connection of the fibre network will mean that Ballina will be the only town in Mayo capable of offering this level of communication and will make the north Mayo capital a more attractive location for business.