Magnus Ternsjo

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UPC, one of Ireland’s largest broadband providers, will restrict access to websites containing child sexual abuse material based on a list of domains or URLs provided by gardaí and Interpol.

An Garda Síochána and UPC today announced the introduction of new safeguards to block access to internet sites containing child pornography. UPC, one (...)

Magnus Ternsjo, chief executive of UPC Ireland, and Robert Finnegan, chief executive of Three Ireland, pictured at the announcement of the agreement in Dublin.

Cable operator UPC is expected to enter the mobile market shortly after signing an agreement with Three Ireland that will allow it to offer services v(...)

UPC chief executive Magnus Ternsjo said the company’s results ‘highlighted the progress and momentum we have achieved in meeting customer needs’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Ciara Kenny Cable operator UPC saw its home phone subscriptions increase by 23 per cent in 2013, with broadband subscriptions rising 11 p(...)

UPC held its annual Christmas lunch on Wednesday, the first festive media outing for its new chief executive, the genial Magnus Ternsjo from Sweden. E(...)

Magnus Ternsjö: “I’m a firm believer that UPC is assisting Ireland Inc in its goals of making Ireland more digital. We are helping the country in becoming more competitive in the future.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

When a new chief executive takes over at a company, you expect a bit of a shake up as they make their mark. But UPC Ireland’s new boss Magnus Ternsjö (...)

Chief executive of UPC Ireland Magnus Ternsjo (left) and Mark Coan, vice president of sales and marketing, at the launch of UPC’s Horizon TV service. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Media company UPC Ireland has unveiled its next generation TV service as the company battles competition from rival Sky and the growing number of onli(...)

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