Tuesday September 22, 2020

Broadband Battles

The launch o f the WiMax network has prompted Irish operators into action. Adrian Weckler looks at what the future hold s for broadband servicesq

4th July, 2009

When news of an imminent high speed national broadband network broke three weeks ago, Ireland's fixed-line and wireless operators dusted themselves off to prepare for a fight.

The new WiMax network, which is to be launched by Imagine and supported by Intel, Google and other multinational firms, will offer nationwide speeds in excess of 10 megabits per second (Mbs) when it goes live in autumn. The service is expected to be switched up to 40Mbs...

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