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Ireland’s Digital Agenda: Opportunities for industry in a collaborative policy environment by Minister Eamon Ryan
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WELCOME to Issue 7 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue Communications Minister Eamon Ryan outlines his plans for the establishment of a Next-Generation Network group, which he says will be key in developing Ireland's Digital Agenda. We look at toll operator Eurolink and its move to licensed wireless to drive efficiencies between its sites, and Saint John of God Hospitaller Services explains how licensed wireless is delivering high-bandwidth network services to even its most rural facilities. We also hear about IMS, which headlined discussions at October's Broadband World Forum 2010.

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Eurolink gets traffic flowing with licensed wireless
 
David Schuller, Operations Manager , Eurolink Motorway Operations (left) with Vincent Dooley, Business Development Manager, AirSpeed Telecom.

TOLL and motorway operator Eurolink is using a new licensed wireless link from AirSpeed Telecom to establish a reliable and hard-working connection between its M3 and M4 tolled motorways, providing 100Mbps for its mission-critical and bandwidth intensive applications.


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IMS in focus at Broadband World Forum 2010
 
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TALK about the move to an all-IP network once again dominated the Broadband World Forum this year in Paris. While many of the larger incumbent and mobile operators have been slow in migrating to all-IP, the change is happening, and the practicalities of transition were very much under discussion at the October forum.


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Ireland’s Digital Agenda: Opportunities for industry in a collaborative policy environment by Minister Eamon Ryan
 
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Eamon Ryan

FOLLOWING the success of broadband policies which have helped Ireland begin to excel in global benchmarks of broadband penetration and quality, Minister Eamon Ryan explains his new plans to establish a Next-Generation Network group. Aimed at helping strike a balance between competition and collaboration in the development of Ireland's infrastructure, the new group will also be key in developing Ireland's Digital Agenda for presentation at European level.


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