The connectivity question
With the National Broadband Plan enduring more twists and turns, an eye is being kept on upcoming standards such as 5G, but they’re no silver bullet, writes Quinton O’Reilly
Keeping up with the twists and turns of broadband in Ireland is a recipe for insanity. With the National Broadband Plan (NBP) a saga that never seems to end, it’s hard to blame those who might feel that a high-speed connected Ireland is a pipe dream.
With that in mind, it’s probably no surprise that some businesses either have to look at or rely on other options for their internet needs. Other solutions...
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