It’s hoped that development will also attract new businesses to join the fantastic facility in the Twin Towns.
The Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) infrastructure enables 94 towns and cities across Ireland with an advanced technology platform capable of delivering cutting-edge communications and information.
enet the open access network operator in Partnership with Telecom’s provider Fastcom has delivered unlimited capacity fibre circuit to the new Base Enterprise Centre in the Twin Towns.
This new service will give businesses who locate in The BASE access to potential broadband speeds of up to 1GB.
So, what does it mean for businesses?
Businesses in The BASE will now have the capability to avail of 1GB end-to-end fibre directly into their businesses via Fastcom.
In relation to the deal, Conal Henry, enet CEO told Donegal Daily, “This deal with Fastcom further signals enets commitment to the provision of fibre infrastructure in regional Ireland, and we’re particularly pleased to be able to offer world class solutions in Donegal.
The capacity of our fibre is unlimited and will allow businesses in The BASE to benefit from higher capacity, wholly reliable, non-contended broadband.
“We already know that there is a link between superfast broadband and innovation, and this new network in Donegal will support further enterprise, innovation and investment.”
Commenting on the development, BASICC’s chairman Kieran Doherty told Donegal Daily, “The demand for superfast internet access continues to grow at an exponential rate.
“BASICC are committed to doing everything we can to support enterprise development and enabling businesses by providing them with the tools to achieve success.
“Having this infrastructure means global accessibility at a local level and history in the making for the Twin Towns”
For further information please contact:
Donna Maskery, Manager at The BASE