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INFOGRAPHIC: why licensed wireless is the only path to take
Sign up for TechFire event on IT infrastructure security
JAM Media switches on to AirSpeed Telecom
AirSpeed supports Microsoft Lync to meet growing demand for SIP trunking

Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte on maximising the benefits of digital

No barriers to network performance for sanef

Take 5: Ailbhe Duffy, Marketing Manager, AirSpeed Telecom
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WELCOME to Issue 16 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue our featured infographic explains the real difference between licensed and unlicensed wireless. Plus, we look at how JAM Media in Northern Ireland is expanding with the help of improved bandwidth, and we also seek your vote in the European Business Awards. We hear from Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte who talks about how Ireland can maximise the benefits of digital, and Mary Kennedy from sanef tells us how a high-performance WAN has supported company growth. Have you registered yet for the upcoming TechFire event on network security? We hope you'll join us in the Gibson Hotel on 4 December.

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
Have you voted in the European Business Awards?
 
Vote for AirSpeed Telecom in the European Business Awards

AirSpeed Telecom has been selected as a National Champion in the Entrepreneur of the Year category of the prestigious European Business Awards. The company has gone forward to represent Ireland against companies in 31 other countries in the next round of the awards, and you can cast your vote for us online from 11th November.

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INFOGRAPHIC: why licensed wireless is the only path to take
 
INFOGRAPHIC: why licensed wireless is the only path to take

Find out the real difference between licensed versus unlicensed wireless telecommunications. Superior availability, an inherently interference-free design and the guaranteed safeguard of bandwidth, make licensed the only choice for your mission-critical communications.

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Sign up for TechFire event on IT infrastructure security
 
AirSpeed is sponsoring an event Should businesses focus more urgently on security of their IT infrastructure

AirSpeed, in conjunction with Fortinet and Espion, is sponsoring a TechFire event entitled Should businesses focus more urgently on security of their IT infrastructure? in the Gibson Hotel on Wednesday 4th December from 8:00am to 10:00am. Topics addressed will include the Threat Landscape for 2014; Self Manage or Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)?; and What Should You Expect from an MSSP?

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JAM Media switches on to AirSpeed Telecom
 
JAM Media

AirSpeed Telecom has completed installation of connectivity for the new Belfast office of Dublin-based JAM Media, the animation company whose CEO John Rice was one of the 2013 finalists in Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Ireland.

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AirSpeed supports Microsoft Lync to meet growing demand for SIP trunking
 
Microsoft Lync

AirSpeed Telecom has announced it now supports Microsoft Lync, the popular unified communications solution that allows companies to streamline and lower the cost of voice and non-voice enterprise messaging.

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IN PERSON
Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte on maximising the benefits of digital
 
Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte

Providing high speed connectivity and quality broadband is key to the delivery of a digitally enabled economy and society. Pat Rabbitte TD, Minister for Communications, provides an update on his department's strategy for helping Ireland maximise the benefits of digital.

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IN BUSINESS
No barriers to network performance for sanef
 
Mary Kennedy, sanef its operations ireland

A recognised global leader in innovative road toll systems, sanef in Ireland operates eFlow, the electronic toll system on the M50 motorway. Earlier this year sanef its operations Ireland delivered a back-office IT systems upgrade for eFlow, including a high-performance wide area network (WAN) from AirSpeed Telecom that puts its IT on the right footing for future flexibility and growth.

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TAKE 5
Take 5: Ailbhe Duffy, Marketing Manager, AirSpeed Telecom
 
Ailbhe Duffy, Marketing Manager, AirSpeed Telecom

Licensed Wireless News caught up with marketing manager Ailbhe Duffy who chats about the changes she's witnessed over the past five years and how AirSpeed Telecom has worked to differentiate itself in the market.

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