Monday September 21, 2020

Wi-fi gains market foothold

Wi-fi adoption in Ireland has gone through something of a strange journey.

1st April, 2006

Wi-fi adoption in Ireland has gone through something of a strange journey. Initially rolled out with much pomp and circumstance, the early euphoria from the providers has died down, after adoption rates weren’t as high as many in the industry thought they would be.

Initially, pricing was singled out as the culprit. Then, when laptops started rolling out with wi-fi embedded chips, the area began to see much more activity.

Now, with prices...

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