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How much can a fiber carry? Facebook and Nokia are pushing...

Facebook and Nokia have found a way to push a lot more data through a submarine cable across the Atlantic, which could help the...

enet enters UK market for first time with SSE Enterprise Telecoms...

Dublin, Ireland – 2nd March 2017: enet, Ireland’s largest open-access network operator, has made its first entry into the UK market with a ground-breaking,...

Wireless broadband is the answer for Altnets looking to access £150m...

LONDON, UK, February 28, 2017 – Superfast rural connectivity schemes using fixed wireless broadband technology will be pivotal for alternative network providers (Altnets) hoping...

Dimension Data Appoints Andy Ritchie As UK & Ireland Sales Director

London, UK – 22nd February 2017 – Dimension Data, the USD $7.5 billion global solutions and services provider, today announced the appointment of Andy...

Apple accuses EU of a litany of “breaches” in defense of...

Enlarge (credit: William Murphy) Apple has attempted to school the European Commission on how it interprets Irish law, by lodging no less than...

Ipswitch® WhatsUp® Gold MSP Edition Now Also Available for Managed Service...

Company to Attend Cisco® Live EMEA 2017 and Partner with Cisco to Provide Proactive Diagnostic Services to Customers - Booth #E1DGalway, Ireland – February...

Data Protection Certification: Cloud Infrastructure Services Providers operating in Europe declare...

New compliance mark establishes data protection standards and practices to protect customer data and comply with European lawBrussels, 14th February 2017.The Cloud Infrastructure Services...

Maybe the US does have the right to seize data from...

Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Getty Images) Can the US government demand that it be able to reach into the world's servers with the tech...

DDoS attacks in Q4 2016

News Overview Without doubt, 2016 was the year of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) with major disruptions in terms of technology, attack scale and impact...

Microsoft fails to impress tech media by selling thousands of HoloLenses

HoloLens Development Edition. (credit: Microsoft) In an interview with the Inquirer, Microsoft's Roger Walkden, commercial lead for HoloLens in the EMEA (Europe, Middle...

Apple will move its entire international iTunes business to Ireland

(credit: Steve Rhodes) Apple is moving its international iTunes business assets from Luxembourg to Ireland at the start of next month. From February 5,...

Winners announced: 2016 UK & Ireland Employee Engagement Awards in Association...

Winners include: Virgin Trains, Tata Consultancy Services, McDonald’s Europe, Heathrow Airport and Tesco Bank The victorious were announced at a Gala ceremony at Wembley...