Engineers Ireland Annual Conference delegates heard how failure to invest in the National Broadband Plan could result in a ‘three-speed Ireland’, with rural areas trailing after cities and towns in terms of broadband speeds
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The development of telecommunications and technology infrastructure is jobs intensive and also brings many benefits to citizens. We spoke about the future of Ireland’s fibre networks with Naoise Ó Muirí, Lord Mayor of Dublin; Deirdre Frost, policy analyst, Western Development Commission; Geoff Shakespeare, managing director, technology evolution and development at the Eircom Group; and Sheila Kavanagh, head of network development, Vodafone Ireland.

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  The development of telecommunications and technology infrastructure is jobs intensive and also brings many benefits to citizens. We spoke about the future of Ireland's fibre networks with Naoise Ó Muirí, Lord Mayor of Dublin; Deirdre Frost, policy analyst, Western Development Commission; Geoff Shakespeare, managing director, technology evolution and development...