Where you’re going, you don’t need roads
With the urban and rural broadband divide closing across Ireland, connectivity is becoming increasingly central to businesses
The government recently announced its capital spending plan for 2016-2021, and in it there was an initial allocation of €275 million for the National Broadband Plan. Though more investment is promised, this sum is set to be the initial stimulus for a plan that is aiming to provide 85 per cent of the state’s homes and businesses with high-speed broadband connectivity by 2018.
This investment is necessary in an Ireland that still suffers broadband blackspots...
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