Ireland's connectivity blackspots, 5G and the National Broadband Plan

As Ireland positions itself as the home of tech in Europe, it's no surprise that the country’s broadband network is improving – but what does the future hold?

6th November, 2016
Ireland's connectivity blackspots, 5G and the National Broadband Plan
Nicola Mortimer, Three’s head of business products, marketing and operations

One man who would know all about the prevalence of high-speed connectivity outside the major cities is Michele Neylon. Neylon is founder and chief executive of Blacknight Internet Solutions, a major hosting and infrastructure provider based in Co Carlow.

Connectivity has improved dramatically since Blacknight has been in business.

“It’s a lot better than it used to be,” he said.

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