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Enet brings dark fibre connectivity to Galway's PorterShed

Tuesday 6 June 2017 | 14:31 CET | News
Irish operator Enet has set up dark fibre connectivity to PorterShed, the first building in the new Galway City Innovation District. PorterShed is an AIB backed project and the first phase in the development of an innovation hub that will support high potential start-ups and SMEs in the West of Ireland. It has 7,500 square feet of workspace housing 25 innovative companies and up to 75 people in total. PorterShed's access to high-speed broadband is via PlanNet21 Communications, using the Galway City Metropolitan Area Network (MAN).

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Enet
Countries: Ireland
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