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The sky's the limit for DIAS with licensed wireless
SMEs gain better access to high-bandwidth services over WiMax
In person with Pat Kidney, Analysys Mason

Mercy University Hospital sees major efficiencies with licensed wireless

What I'm Reading... IPv6: Peter Hendrick

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Welcome to Issue 6 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue we see how WiMax is reaching more Irish SMEs following an agreement between AirSpeed and Magnet Networks, and we talk to Pat Kidney of Analysys Mason about the prospects for Irish businesses looking to use technology to improve competitiveness. We also look at DIAS and its move to licensed wireless for better reliability in its services, and Mercy University Hospital in Cork explains the difference licensed wireless has made in bringing its dispersed offices closer to together. 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 sky's the limit for DIAS with licensed wireless
 
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The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies is benefiting from faster, more reliable bandwidth between its main campus and the Dunsink Observatory, using a new licensed wireless connection from AirSpeed Telecom.

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SMEs gain better access to high-bandwidth services over WiMax
 
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SMEs based in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Galway can better exploit bandwidth-intensive services like videoconferencing following the expansion of AirSpeed Telecom's WiMax service to new regions.

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In person with Pat Kidney, Analysys Mason
 
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Pat Kidney, Head of the Ireland office for telecommunications consultancy Analysys Mason, spoke to Licensed Wireless News about the future of fibre and wireless, how Irish businesses can use technology to compete, and where the demand for bandwidth will take telcos.

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IN BUSINESS
Mercy University Hospital sees major efficiencies with licensed wireless
 
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Mercy University Hospital in Cork is a forward-thinking hospital determined to deliver an efficient, reliable service to patients. Standardising on licensed wireless as one of its network technologies has become an integral part of delivering on this mission. 

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WHAT I'M READING
What I'm Reading... IPv6: Peter Hendrick
 
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The ticking clock of IPv4 has just about run down: recently I've been tracking industry preparations for IPv6, with its prospect of nearly limitless addressing. Sources I'm reading include an evaluation of Juniper and IPv6, the latest changes to IPv6 on Wikipedia, and the IPv6 Task Force Ireland.

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