Pictured President of Carrick on Shannon Chamber of Commerce Colm McGrath and SIRO Director of Corporate Affairs Amanda Glancy.
SIRO has announced the expansion of its full-fibre broadband network to Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim. The rollout will encompass over 1,800 homes and businesses and is part of SIRO's plan to provide high-speed connectivity across Ireland.
Coverage and Timeline in Carrick on Shannon
The full fibre broadband network build works began in April 2023, and the rollout is expected to complete in the fourth quarter of 2023. The coverage will span various areas, including Oaklands Manor, Cara Court, Autumn View, Summerhill Grove, Glenpatrick, Shannon View, Shannon Lodge, Cnoc na Sí, Marina Road, Elysian Meadows, Ath na Rí, and Maigh Glas.
Expansion Plan and Current Coverage
SIRO's network expansion plan aims to reach 770,000 premises in 154 towns and cities throughout Ireland. The company has already provided access to over 490,000 premises in 126 towns across the country.
Fastcom Service Provider of SIRO
Residents and businesses in Carrick-on-Shannon can access SIRO's network through Fastcom. Fastcom is a leading connectivity provider of SIRO broadband, delivering lightning-fast speeds of 2 gigabits per second for homes and up to 10 gigabits per second for enterprise connections
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Impact and Significance
SIRO's fibre broadband network offers reliable and high-quality connectivity built on the resilient ESB electricity infrastructure.
The CEO of SIRO, John Keaney, emphasised the significance of SIRO's expansion into Carrick-on-Shannon, stating, "We are delighted to include Leitrim's County town in our ongoing network expansion." He further added that SIRO's network would empower local businesses to thrive through smoother online transactions and operations, facilitate hybrid working, and reduce the need for long commutes.
Councillor Ita Reynolds Flynn, Cathaoirleach of Leitrim County Council, highlighted the significant economic benefits the installation of SIRO's fibre broadband would bring to the area. She acknowledged that the network would support faster and seamless connectivity, boost confidence in using digital technologies, and create opportunities for hybrid working within businesses.
SIRO representatives pictured with members of Carrick on Shannon Town Committee and Leitrim County Council officials.
With the full fibre broadband network set to transform Carrick-on-Shannon's digital landscape, the town is primed to embrace the advantages of high-speed connectivity. The expansion will foster growth, innovation, and enhanced quality of life for its residents and businesses alike.