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Cork 2017: Increased connectivity puts Cork on the map

CorkBIC has played a key role in bringing high-speed underwater cables to Cork, writes Caroline Allen

18th June, 2017
Michael O'Connor, chief executive, CorkBIC Picture: John Allen

New high-speed underwater cable links will position Cork as a highly-connected city and metro region for at least the next decade, according to Michael O’Connor, chief executive of CorkBIC.

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