4site unveil new Fibre Centre of Excellence headquarters in Limerick following €250,000 investment

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4site has invested €250,000 in their headquarters in Limerick to create Ireland’s very first ‘Fibre Centre of Excellence’.

 4site unveil new Fibre Centre of Excellence headquarters in Limerick following €250,000 investment 

4site exists to design, build and maintain network infrastructure for owners and operators of distributed networks across Ireland and Britain. It now brings a fresh jobs boost for the Raheen business park with 20 new roles being announced. 4site can count a number of blue-chip clients in its stable, including Vodafone, Siro, Cignal, Huawei, Netshare, Three, Ericsson, Nokia and Enet.

The new 4site Fibre Centre of Excellence’ will bring the likes of expertise in fibre design, survey and planning engineers who

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4site, the leaders in designing, building and maintaining network infrastructure for owners and operators of distributed networks across Ireland and the UK, has invested Û250,000 in their headquarters in Limerick to create IrelandÕs first Fibre Centre of Excellence.
Pictured at the opening of Irelands first Fibre Centre of Excellence which took place at the 4site headquarters in Limerick was Minister Denis Naughten for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Ian Duggan, CEO of 4site and Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr Stephen Keary. Photo: Sean Curtin True Media

will innovate how fibre networks are both designed and delivered, all while focusing on specialised training for enginee

ring graduates to meet not just the current demands, but the future 5G or next-generation network development. Its in-house technical teams design, survey, build and maintain communications networks, adapting technology, tools and processes to deliver reliable and future-proofed turnkey services for clients.

Dr Pat Daly, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Economic Development with Limerick City and County Council said: “It is fantastic to see a local company expanding its operations here, and being at the forefront of advances in the areas of fibre design and communications technology.”

 The firm invested €250,000 in its headquarters and is seeking 20 new workers in the area of engineering. The LimerickLeader mentioned that Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Denis Naughton will be launching Ireland’s first ‘Fibre Centre of Excellence’ and welcoming the news of 20 additional jobs to the Limerick region. Naughten was in the city this Wednesday to cut the ribbon at design firm of 4site ‘Fibre Centre of Excellence’.

Chief executive of 4site, Ian Duggan, said to the LimerickLeader: “Insatiable demand for bandwidth and rapid developments in technology are pushing the limits of existing communications networks. The pressure to roll out advanced networks is huge and we are delighted to provide smart and effective solutions that speed up delivery time for the service providers bringing fibre to homes, businesses and existing wireless networks. Our Fibre Centre of Excellence brings together our skills in fixed and wireless networks and our focus on doing things smarter, as well as ensuring we continue to innovate and develop the tools, thinking and people to deliver for our customers.”

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