Shena Brien and Edel Creely, IP Telecom

IP Telecom adds Siro and National Broadband as connectvity partners

new partnerships open telco's reach to 2.2m homes and businesses
Shena Brien and Edel Creely, IP Telecom

11 June 2024

IP Telecom has expanded its connectivity offering to Irish businesses, IPT Broadband, adding Siro, and National Broadband (NBI) connectivity to its existing partnership with OpenEir.

The expansion sees IPT Broadband become accessible to over 2.2 million Irish premises, and the business-to-business offering will plug a gap in the market for SMEs, while ensuring a stable and future-forward connection. Furthermore, when combined with the IP Telecom Hosted Phone System, call quality is optimised across our dedicated Business network, delivering exceptional HD Voice calling and supporting Video Calls and Conference services.

IPT Broadband provides fibre in addition to traditional VDSL (copper-based service), through partnerships with OpenEir, Siro, and National Broadband, facilitating fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) and direct fibre to the premises (FTTP) with download speeds of up to 1Gb/s, for IP Telecom customers.




“For years, the absence of a mid-market, high-quality solution for Irish businesses has remained a persistent issue, largely due to the inadequate availability of fibre infrastructure – recent reports showed that over half of all Irish businesses (53%) are still not on a fibre broadband connection. IPT Broadband leverages the expanding FTTP coverage provided by various operators to address this gap, particularly benefiting SMEs that do not require high-end services tailored for larger corporations. Through partnering with OpenEir, Siro, and National Broadband and when combined with IP Telecom’s hosted phone solutions, IP Telecoms is bringing 21st-century technology to Irish businesses,” said Robin Russell, CCO of IP Telecom.

This year has seen marked growth for the Irish-owned telecommunications provider, following an investment of €6 million in funding from Development Capital to further the growth the company is experiencing in Ireland. Additionally, March of this year saw the successful acquisition of Centrecom Systems Limited, as IP Telecom continues to solidify its position as a key player in the telecoms landscape. The expansion of IPT Broadband further underscores this mission for the company.

Established in 2010 by CEO Shena Brien and technical director Brian Chamberlain, IP Telecom caters to a diverse range of industries, including technology, IoT, education, transportation & logistics, retail, and agriculture. delivering cutting-edge communication solutions to businesses of all sizes throughout Ireland.

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