Eoin Macmanus

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Eóin MacManus, chief business officer at Three Ireland: ‘We have launched in every county, with more 5G sites coming on every week.’ Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Remote working and positioning Ireland as an innovation island are two of the dominant themes of the Government’s vision for the post-coronavirus econ(...)

Three’s Eoin McManus and John Paul Constructions’s Jim McDonnell. ‘Imagine if a business in a rural location had a high-speed broadband connection, what they could do could be transformative for them,’  McManus says.

Good news for broadband deprived businesses in rural Ireland has arrived with the launch of Broadband+ by Three. The new wireless service uses Three’s(...)

Heavy traffic on the N11 approachiing Cabinteely in Co Dublin. Two thirds of people surveyed by Three Ireland expressed frustration at their long commutes to work. Photograph: Eric Luke

Some 59 per cent of workers in Ireland claim they would be more productive if they were able to work remotely or from home, a new survey has found. A(...)

Arranmore Island, Co Donegal: The 500-strong island community is vibrant and progressive, but the population continues to decline, mainly due to economic factors. Photograph: John Rafferty Photography

Imagine a digital divide so broad that a boat trip is necessary to obtain the bandwidth necessary to transfer large files. It may sound at least faint(...)

ESB aims to install up to 2.5 million smart meters in homes around the country

Ireland’s largest ever internet of things (IoT) project has just been announced by the ESB. Over the next six years the electricity utility aims to in(...)

Three business director Eoin MacManus

Mobile operator Three’s latest Connected Ireland Report reveals a growing desire to use mobile phones for activities like voting, accessing public ser(...)

Eoin MacManus, Three Ireland business director: “It is often suggested that we have become slaves to our smartphones, but when we asked people how they felt about their phones, the findings strongly contradict that assumption.”

Three is at the forefront of Ireland’s digital evolution. We carry more mobile data on our network than all other operators combined – simply put, dat(...)

Three Business director Eoin Mac Manus says 57 per cent of the respondents of a survey believe their mobile phone is more important than traditional media for keeping up to date with the news

More than two-thirds (68 per cent) of Irish people are in favour of using the fiercely contentious public services card while only 32 per cent object (...)

Eoin Mac Manus, business and enterprise director with Three: “We asked people how much money they would want to give up their mobile for a month”

It may be difficult to believe but the iPhone has only just celebrated its 10th birthday. In that short period the smartphone has wrought enormous cha(...)

Eoin MacManus: The other major change driver he sees is the internet of things
Making new connections

Rapid changes in technology are seeing the role of telecommunications companies shift from pure service provider to technology partner. And it’s not j(...)

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