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Siro’s decision to exit the broadband race comes just five months after the Government controversially removed 300,000 homes from its original plan and placed them back into Eir’s commercial rollout plan.

ESB and Vodafone joint venture Siro has dropped out of the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), suggesting there was no longer a “business case(...)

Eir said: “Providing best in class technologies such as fibre to the home carries significantly higher costs in rural locations than in urban and suburban locations.” Photo Karl Hussey/ Fennell Photography

Telecoms firms, including Vodafone and BT, are considering a boycott of Eir’s wholesale network in parts of rural Ireland in a row over pricing. The (...)

Denis Naughten: ‘Globally people are looking to Ireland because we are the first country in the world to bring high speed broadband to every home in the country’

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten has claimed Ireland will be the first country in the world to bring broadband into every home. The Indepe(...)

The Granahan McCourt-led consortium paid a reported €43 million in 2013 for Enet, whose core business is managing the State’s network of metropolitan area networks in 94 towns around the Republic.

A State-backed fund is set to buy 78 per cent of broadband firm Enet in a deal that values the company, which is among groups vying for lucrative Nati(...)

A successful bid by Enet for one or both of the 25-year National Broadband Plan contracts would significantly enhance the value of the company

A State-backed fund created by Irish Life Investment Managers and a Luxembourg infrastructure investment firm are vying to buy a 47 per cent stake in (...)

HQTralee, which was officially launched by Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell O’Connor, plans to support up to 100 jobs by July. Photograph:  Valerie O’Sullivan

HQTralee, a business and innovation hub in Tralee, Co Kerry, has been awarded two years of free gigabit fibre broadband from Vodafone and Siro as part(...)

The Government is expected to stump up about half the cost of the National Broadband Plan here, which could be between €1 billion and €1.5 billion

The Government is expected to finalise the number of homes and businesses covered by the National Broadband Plan (NBP) this week. This follows a repo(...)

“High-speed broadband is vital for regional development, and the Government is delivering on its promise to address Ireland’s connectivity challenges.” Photograph: Getty Images

Fifteen towns across Ireland will offer local businesses access to a one gigabit broadband connection free for two years. Minister for Jobs, Enterpri(...)

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(...)

Vodafone Ireland’s chief technology officer Madalina Suceveanu: ‘In the last year alone, we’ve completed our nationwide network upgrade’

Vodafone Ireland plans to spend €500 million over the next three years across mobile, broadband, fibre to the home, network infrastructure and custome(...)

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