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August 7, 2009

Sewer broadband for Ireland


by David Allen

The fibre optic broadband developer, i3 Group, formerly known as H2O Networks, is spreading out across the Irish Sea to collaborate with Terra Solutions on a new project in Ireland.

Once again, the firm will be connecting up households and businesses to fibre optic broadband, which is capable of delivering a connection speed of 100 Mbps through the sewer network of towns and cities.

The work will start with offices in Newry in the north of the country, with plans to expand out to other areas when required.

The company will be operating as H2O Ireland and has plans to develop an operations centre in Dublin as soon as it can, probably later on this year.

The Fibrecity project, which is underway in Bournemouth and is due to start in Dundee in the summer, offers ISPs the opportunity to provide high speed broadband.

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