Category: Fibre


Eir sells half its fibre network

Irish telco Eir has completed a deal to sell a shade under half of its fibre broadband network to investor InfraVia, a move that will help it to fund its rollout plans.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Giganet, edge and India

Our run of special guests continues as we’re delighted to welcome Jarlath Finnegan, CEO of UK fibreco Giganet. Jarlath treated the whole pod team to a selection of Irish whiskies so, before finding out all about Giganet and the UK fibre market they were compelled to have a taste of all of them. They eventually meander onto a recent mobile edge event that Iain attended before concluding with the latest on the chaotic Indian telecoms scene.

Dish boosts fibre offer with AT&T deal

Dish Network is boosting its fixed Internet service portfolio via a new distribution deal with AT&T that will allow it to extend its fibre reach.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Adtran, optical and the fibre market

Time discipline is restored this week by the presence of another grown-up guest and the absence of beer. We’re delighted to welcome Ronan Kelly, CTO of Adtran, and get straight into his day job that focuses on fixed-line networking kit. This inevitably leads to an exploration of the arcane world of optical technology and concludes with a look at the current state of play of the global fibre market.

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