How Google Images can help you research your family history like never before
Why you can’t judge a social network by its number of users
BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
Tag Archives: fibre network
Update: Cuban Internet speeds vastly improve today but access still limited
Updating news from last week, Internet traffic in Cuba was vastly improved today but the country is still far behind in allowing web access to its citizens
Has Cuba activated a dormant undersea cable connecting it to the global Internet?
Has Cuba activated a dormant two year old undersea data cable, connecting the island directly to the global Internet? if so, why is it so slow?
New York to Dublin in 10Gbits a second and faster
Ireland to be connected to the “most advanced fibre optic cables” spanning the Atlantic as it aims to become “the cloud computing capital of the world”
New submerged fibre optics will let us keep our heads (& businesses) in The Cloud
They might seem innocent enough but all those tweets, emails, status updates and marathon sessions of Halo are straining Britain and Ireland’s ageing internet infrastructure.
Eircom promises fibre-powered broadband to 100,000 homes by summer 2012
Eircom has announced plans to bring fibre-powered broadband to 100,000 Irish homes and businesses by summer 2012. This forms phase one of a multi-year plan to finally upgrade Ireland’s telecommunications infrastructure and marks a substantial initial investment of €100 million by the group.
BT all-Ireland profits up 11%, network is “key enabler”
BT have today announced an 11% increase in profits for its all-Ireland communications services operation, to which the company attribute as a “result of cost transformation programmes and the successful delivery of large retail and wholesale contracts”.