Enet Blog

High-speed broadband, remote working and boosting work/life balance

This week is wellness week at Enet! In our latest blog post, we look at remote working and how, although it won’t work for everyone, can have a big impact on work / life balance.

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Brexit set to drive further growth in Irish data centre market

Boris Johnson's elevation to the role of UK prime minister has led to renewed speculation over the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit and the considerable disruption that would go with it. There has been a natural focus on the possibility of a physical border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, the economic consequences for Ireland, and our ability to easily trade goods and services.

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FTTC vs FTTB. What’s the real difference?

There has been a lot of noise in the market recently about different connection options, from wireless to fibre to 5G. John Fitzgerald, Procurement and Business Development Director at enet talks about the different types of fibre connections.

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Employee Profile - Blandine Fitzgerald

Blandine Fitzgerald is an account manager based in enet's Limerick office. Her role is to be the voice of our customers and to ensure that they are always at the forefront of what we do. She also enjoys getting involved in CSR

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Bringing Next Generation Broadband to the Next Generation

By now everyone has settled back into the school routine, enet CEO Bartley talks about how enet enables the connectivity into post primary schools and the benefits that this connectivity brings.

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Location, Location, Location - Better Broadband Draws The Crowd

Bartley McElroy, CEO at enet talks about the need for fast and reliable broadband in rural Ireland.

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A career in enet

Michelle Ryan, enet’s Organisation Development Manager, talks about working in the telecoms industry and what it takes to succeed at enet.

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Understanding Incentives To Avoid The Status Quo

Conal Henry, chief executive at enet; I’m often challenged about alternative operators and their capability to build or more specifically to overbuild network. Whether it’s telecoms or electricity, whether it’s in Galway or Glasgow, understanding the incentives behind individual operators will help explain network investment behaviour and why we can and do overbuild.

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2017 – enet’s year in review

Conal Henry, chief executive at enet, takes a retrospective look at the highlights that peppered last year

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A dynamic business makes for fast-changing careers

Conal Henry, chief executive at enet, reflects on how career development has led to enet success

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From farmers to funeral directors – superfast broadband is to key to surviving and thriving

Conal Henry, chief executive at enet, outlines why farmers to funeral directors all need to be connected to survive.

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enet supporting Women in Networking with Donna Kennedy

enet promotes Woman in Networking with an inspiring presentation from Donna Kennedy

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Diversity is critical and automation is a touchstone for network success now

Blandine Fitzgerald, enet sales account manager reflects on her visit to Capacity Europe, the major event for the telecoms carrier industry in London

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Time for nations to MAN up to digital woes with a model that already works

Conal Henry, chief executive at enet, says for countries that are developing intervention strategies, a successful solution already exists in the Irish Government’s MAN model

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Doctors differs and patients die – incumbent behaviour when States intervene in superfast broadband networks

If there is one growth area that might benefit from a less constrictive set of EU regulations, it is state-funding of super-fast broadband roll-out. Believe me, I do not want to become embroiled in the internal debate about the rights and wrongs of Brexit, but this point about state intervention was one that was in the air during the UK-wide Infrastructure Investment Showcase and Debates I attended this month (June) in Milton Keynes.

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From pubs to hubs – life changing innovation flows along fibre connectivity

Advances in technology certainly inspire us. A friend of mine for instance, has been contemplating buying up rural pubs because he is almost convinced that driverless cars will eradicate the scourge that is drink-driving and lead to major changes in drinking habits.

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