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‘Within six months we have made reliable high-speed broadband a reality for over 800,000 premises,’ says Imagine’s chief executive, Sean Bolger.

Wireless broadband operator Imagine claims it can now deliver high-speed broadband to 800,000 rural homes and businesses, many of which are earmarked (...)

Speaking on Clare FM, Minister Michael Creed said the chosen bidder for the national broadband plan is putting less than €200m in equity into the project. Photograph: Tom Honan

The chosen bidder for the national broadband plan is putting less than €200 million in equity into the project, the Sunday Times says, reporting on an(...)

ComReg did not disclose how many of the five operators who collectively agreed to pay €78 million to access the spectrum two years ago are receiving a rebate

The communications regulator has confirmed it is paying rebates to mobile operators who successfully bid for space on the State’s radio spectrum nearl(...)

While the internet of things is expected to benefit from 5G, the industrial internet of things is expected to get an even bigger boost. Photograph: Getty Images

What is 5G? 5G is the next generation of mobile connectivity which succeeds the current 4G and older 3G systems. It stands for fifth generation and s(...)

Building telecoms infrastructure in rural parts is proving a headache for governments across the world, principally because the technology and the demand it spawns keeps evolving.

The State’s largest telcos will appear before the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday to explain why they have shunned the National Broadband Plan ((...)

Nearly 60 per cent of Irish broadband users, many in urban areas, are dissatisfied with the quality of broadband they receive, a survey has revealed.(...)

Social Democrat TD Catherine Murphy: wants the Department of Communications to make available an unredacted copy of an expert report by Analysys Mason which reviews the operation, management and access to the metropolitan area networks. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is set to question a number of companies which previously competed for the National Broadband Plan contract. Com(...)

 Milliner Wendy Knight with fashion and  marketing expert Eddie Shanahan:  “I just can’t get reliable broadband so I have given up and I now use a Vodafone dongle,” says Shanahan. Photograph: Brian Farrell

Longford-based milliner Wendy Knight has problems getting paid if her broadband signal is too weak. “I use a phone app for credit card payments and s(...)

Imagine CEO Sean Bolger: he said the Government’s National Broadband Plan had opted for a fibre solution that was way beyond what was needed. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The chief executive of mobile technology group Imagine says the latest ComReg figures on the uptake of fibre broadband in Ireland represent “a complet(...)

 Founder and chief executive of telecoms group Imagine Seán Bolger: he says   the cost of linking 937,000 homes   to a high-speed, fibre-to-the-home network is prohibitive. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Remember when telecommunications was just Telecom Éireann: a single entity, running a single infrastructure? Sure, it was bloated and uncompetitive, (...)

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