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?
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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