Enet: building businesses through a growing network

Enet offers an open access, integrated nationwide network that enables retail service providers to deliver bandwidth to their customers in Ireland

8th March, 2020
Enet: building businesses through a growing network
Peter McCarthy, group chief executive at Enet. Picture: Conor McCabe

Enet is the biggest open access network operator in Ireland. The Limerick company operates an alternative wholesale telecoms network in Ireland extending to 5,400km of fibre infrastructure, including the Irish state’s Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) in 94 towns around the country.

The MANs are networks of ducting and fibre optic cable, built around towns by the state, which can carry telecoms, internet, television and CCTV services.

“Years ago, there was a real lack of...

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