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WiMAX trial delivers ubiquitous wireless broadband for Dublin City University


North County Dublin switches on to licensed wireless


Livelinx brings expert commentary straight to the newsroom


In person with Tommy McCabe, Director, Telecoms and Internet Federation, IBEC



What bandwidth really means for the Gaeltacht



What I'm reading: Peter Hendrick
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Welcome to Issue 5 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue we see how licensed wireless is facilitating an innovative content broadcasting service for Irish stockbrokers, and we speak to Tommy McCabe of IBEC's Telecoms and Internet Federation about how broadband services can help companies emerge from the downturn. We also look at WiMAX at DCU and at businesses benefiting from new uncontended broadband services from AirSpeed Telecom in North County Dublin. 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
WiMAX trial delivers ubiquitous wireless broadband for Dublin City University
 
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Dublin City University students and staff are getting the chance to trial extremely high-speed 6 Mbps wireless broadband services over WiMAX, following an infrastructure rollout by AirSpeed Telecom on the campus. The DCU Network Manager James Healey said the 60-person trial group have responded very favourably to the trial, which makes it easier to access wireless broadband in outdoor areas, compared to WiFi, and allows connectivity in areas immediately surrounding the campus.


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North County Dublin switches on to licensed wireless
 
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Rollout of new licensed wireless connectivity has given North County Dublin businesses their first reliable, high-performance broadband services. Fresh produce wholesalers Donnelly Fruit and Veg in St. Margaret's and Country Crest in Lusk are two of the first organisations to use licensed wireless services in the region following extension of the AirSpeed Telecom network into the area.


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Livelinx brings expert commentary straight to the newsroom
 
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Irish organisations have a new opportunity to deliver live expert commentary to media outlets following the launch of Livelinx, a broadcasting joint venture between AirSpeed Telecom and Digital Space.


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In person with Tommy McCabe, Director, Telecoms and Internet Federation, IBEC
 
Tommy McCabe: Director, Telecoms and Internet Federation, IBEC

Licensed Wireless News speaks with Tommy McCabe from IBEC's Telecoms and Internet Federation on the challenges facing businesses of all sizes as the country begins to emerge from the downturn. Broadband and the business services which leverage it, including videoconferencing, have a key role to play in improving competitiveness and performance, he says.


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IN BUSINESS
What bandwidth really means for the Gaeltacht
 
From Left: Dr Kieran Loftus is Executive Director of Operations, NUI Galway. John Boland is Chief Executive, HEAnet.

At the end of 2009, Internet bandwidth increased by 50 times in the Gaeltacht following infrastructure rollout from AirSpeed Telecom, initiated by HEAnet and supported by Údarás na Gaeltachta. The real-world cost savings, efficiency gains and commercial opportunities the bandwidth has created are impressive.


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WHAT I'M READING
What I'm reading: Peter Hendrick
 
Peter Hendrick, AirSpeed CTO

AirSpeed Telecom's Technical Director highlights some useful resources that look at whether LTE or WiMAX will win the mobile broadband technology debate, plus insights into cloud computing and how it's driving the need for reliable, guaranteed bandwidth services.


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