HEAnet rolls-out 100 Gbps national network for Ireland’s higher education and research sector

01 September – Minister Bruton said: “A digital revolution is taking place and we want to ensure that Ireland is well-placed to take advantage of the opportunities that arise by having high speed connectivity at all levels within our education system.”

  • 01 September 2017 (LtoR): Professor Brian MacCraith, President of DCU, Minister Richard Bruton T.D., Barbara McConalogue, Director of Information Systems Services at DCU, Kerrie Power, CEO of HEAnet and Darragh Richardson, CEO of Agile Networks pictured at DCU at the announcement of the roll-out of HEAnet’s 100Gbps national network upgrade.

  • 01 September 2014 (LtoR): Professor Brian MacCraith, President of DCU, Barbara McConalogue, Director of Information Systems Services at DCU, Minister Richard Bruton T.D., Darragh Richardson, CEO of Agile Networks and Kerrie Power, CEO of HEAnet pictured with students at DCU at the announcement of the roll-out of HEAnet’s 100Gbps national network upgrade

  • 01 September 2014 (LtoR): Barbara McConalogue, Director of Information Systems Services at DCU, Minister Richard Bruton T.D., Kerrie Power, CEO of HEAnet Darragh Richardson, CEO of Agile Networks and pictured in the Comms. room at DCU for the announcement of the roll-out of HEAnet’s 100Gbps national network upgrade

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