What does Viatel do?

Viatel Viatel is the leading independent, Irish-owned provider of connectivity, cloud and security solutions. Viatel serves respected Irish companies, multinational corporations and public sector bodies. The group employs over 150 people across Ireland with offices in Dublin, Dundalk and Limerick.

Who owns Viatel?

Viatel was acquired by Digiweb in 2013, subsequently expanding the business into a network of 8,400km of fibre across 12 European cities.

What happened to viatel?

The European arm of Viatel was purchased in May 2013, by the Irish telecoms operator Digiweb. In November 2015 it was announced that Zayo was in the process of buying Viatel’s UK and mainland Europe network, but leaving the Irish network to continue under the name of Viatel.

Who owns Digiweb?

Digiweb is 100% Irish-owned and run, and is headquartered in Dundalk, County Louth, with its technical, installation and sales offices in Dublin. In May 2013, it acquired the British telecommunications company Viatel….Digiweb.

Type Private Limited Company
Number of employees over 140
Website www.digiweb.ie

What is the fastest Internet in Ireland?

Fibre optic broadband delivers superfast broadband to your home using a network of fibre-optic cables. It’s the fastest broadband connection available in Ireland, delivering speeds of up to 1,000Mbps.

Can I get broadband without a landline in Ireland?

Can I Get Broadband Without a Landline in Ireland? Yes. You can get an unlimited broadband connection to your home without the cost of the landline. Pure Telecom is the best provider in Ireland that is able to offer broadband that doesn’t need a phone line.

What’s the best WiFi in Ireland?

Virgin Media: runs its own broadband network, with speeds of up to 1,000Mbps. It has a large variety of broadband, TV, phone and mobile packages. Vodafone: offers broadband, home phone, TV and mobile phone plans. It picked up the award for Best Broadband Provider at the Switcher.ie Broadband Awards 2021.

How can I get Wi-Fi in my house without a phone line?

Cable internet is the most available option for internet without a phone line, as coverage spans more than 90% of US households, according to the Federal Communications Commission. Providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, Mediacom and Optimum deliver the internet via coaxial cables or fiber lines in some areas.

Is EIR the same as Eircom?

Eircom has lost its com. As reported in The Irish Times two weeks ago, the company that evolved from the Department of Posts and Telegraphs to Telecom Éireann to Eircom will now be known as Eir.