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Broadband: Crossing the chasm

Accelerated network investment has narrowed the broadband deficit for many businesses, writes Deirdre Cashion.

26th January, 2014
It appears we may be getting to grips with tackling the country's broadband deficit, following a sustained period of network investment by the major telecoms services operators.

It's been the subject of heated debate in the boardrooms of corporate Ireland for quite some time. But can we finally hear a collective sigh of relief?

It appears we may be getting to grips with tackling the country's broadband deficit, following a sustained period of network investment by the major telecoms services operators. And not a moment too soon.

In its latest report to Q3 2013, the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) noted significant...

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