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The CEO interview: Liam O'Kelly
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All eyes on the cloud for enterprise vendors

Trends to watch in enterprise IT
OPW delivers quality services over a quality network

What I'm reading...CeBIT: Peter Hendrick
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WELCOME to Issue 8 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue we look at the five ICT trends most likely to impact enterprise IT managers in the coming 12 months, and we look at events of note from CeBIT. CEO Liam O'Kelly reveals AirSpeed Telecom's plans in Northern Ireland and its rollout of voice services, and we profile the Office of Public Works, which is taking advantage of cost-efficient bandwidth now available to create a new, seamless national network for its staff incorporating licensed wireless with fibre. What topics would you like to see in the next issue? Email us with your suggestions or thoughts on this issue.

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NEWS IN BRIEF
The CEO interview: Liam O'Kelly
 
Liam O'Kelly, AirSpeed CEO
AirSpeed Telecom's CEO Liam O'Kelly talks about where Irish enterprises are focusing their ICT investment, and he explains how fibre connectivity, voice services and a Northern Ireland presence are figuring in AirSpeed's plans for the coming year.

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RTE accelerates election coverage with LiveLinx
 
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RTÉ News expanded its use of LiveLinx, the broadcast quality video over IP service, as an alternative to costly mobile satellite units for its Election 2011 coverage.

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All eyes on the cloud for enterprise vendors
 
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Sixty-two percent of IT providers expect cloud computing to be the top theme for 2011, up from 45 percent in 2010, according to a new survey by Bitkom, while new cloud services being readied by Microsoft and VMWare this month are set to continue building the momentum in this sector.

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IN BUSINESS
Trends to watch in enterprise IT
 
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The coming 12 months are set to put a lot more onto the plates of enterprise IT managers, as they wrangle with their organisation's roadmap with a range of technologies, from UC to the cloud. Here are the five trends most likely to impact the enterprise in the coming year, and why:

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OPW delivers quality services over a quality network
 
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With around 2,000 employees, the Office of Public Works is one of Ireland's largest agencies. Its decentralisation has been significantly enabled by a new national voice and data network: this a high-speed infrastructure which cleverly leverages a mix of wireless and wireline technologies to deliver best-fit connectivity across Ireland, from the Blaskets in Dingle to Dublin's Botanic Gardens.

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TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
What I'm reading...CeBIT: Peter Hendrick
 
CeBIT
At CeBIT 2011 in Hannover, the largest enterprise exhibition of the year, I focused on the CeBIT Pro stream, especially the Business Communications & Networks area of the show, where I was looking to learn more about intelligent unified communications systems and innovative broadband services.

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