Blog Archives

IrBEA are delighted to announce Bord na Móna as premium sponsor of Bioenergy conference

The Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) is pleased to announce Bord na Móna (BNM) as the premium sponsor for their upcoming National Bioenergy Conference which will take place in Croke Park on February 26th next. The conference titled “Bioenergy – Inspiring

Posted in Energy, Featured News

DataCentres Ireland, Heralded a Success by all involved

DataCentres Ireland delivered over 1600 attendees, which is a 10% growth and the largest attendance in the events history. The tone of the show was Quality vs Quantity and is best summed up by one of our exhibitors, Jason Cummins,

Posted in Cloud Computing, Cooling, Data Centres, Energy, Featured News, Managed Services, Server Rooms

Irishwoman Ann-Marie Holmes appointed to senior Intel role

Irishwoman Ann-Marie Holmes has been appointed as vice president of Intel’s technology and manufacturing group. Ms Holmes, who is the factory manager of Intel’s Fab 24 facility in Leixlip, Co Kildare, is the third Irishwoman to be appointed to a

Posted in Energy

Ratheniska chosen for SIRO broadband

Ratheniska in Laois has been picked as the pilot point for SIRO’s rural broadband programme, with 17 premises connected to the network. Ratheniska is, of course, currently hosting the National Ploughing Championships so, in purely promotional terms, SIRO could not

Posted in Cloud Computing, Data Centres, Energy

Grainstore opens as Digital Hub continues expansion

The Digital Hub’s newly renovated Grainstore was officially opened today following a €4m refurbishment of the historic Dublin 8 building. Now consisting of seven new offices (on the back of five new businesses joining the fold recently) The Grainstore was

Posted in Data Centres, Energy

Dell to put all bets on red with investment of US$125bn

Dell is attempting to make a massive push into the Chinese market after announcing that it intends to pump US$125bn into the country over the next five years. The announcement was made by none other than Dell’s chief executive, Michael

Posted in Data Centres, Energy

Eircom back in black, confirms rebrand as Q4 revenues surge 5pc to €325m

Quadplay player Eircom has reported its first year-on-year growth in seven years, with revenues up 5pc to €325m. The company is also planning to rebrand for the first time in 16 years to reflect its growing ambitions as a fibre

Posted in Energy

Cloud giant VMware names Irishman Ray O’Farrell its CTO and CDO

In the combined CTO and CDO roles O’Farrell will be responsible for orchestration across all of VMware’s R&D business units and he will lead VMware’s CTO team. Prior to this O’Farrell served as general manager of the Software-Defined Data Centre

Posted in Energy, Investment

3 Ireland, Wandera provide mobile data security, optimisation

Wandera, provider of advanced mobile threat prevention and data usage optimization for enterprises, together with enterprise mobility specialist CWSI, has announced a strategic partnership with Three to deliver its secure mobile gateway services to business customers in Ireland. The integration

Posted in Data Centres, Energy

Kelsius wins €2m wireless technology deal with Musgraves

A Donegal-based food technology company has landed a €2 million contract with Musgraves. The deal will see Kelsius’s wireless FoodCheck technology rolled out in SuperValu and Centra stores across the State. Between them, the two brand stores operate 680 outlets

Posted in Energy