Dublin Wireless Provider HIBB Claims It Can Transmit Fibre In The Air Up To 3Gbps

Dublin Wireless Provider HIBB Claims It Can Transmit Fibre In The Air Up To 3Gbps

A Dublin telecoms company that made the leap from hosting to broadband provision is enabling businesses and other telcos with broadband starting at a minimum of 700Mbps rising up to 3Gbps.

Host Ireland Business Broadband recently signed a €1.2m deal with Sharp Security in Dublin for the security monitoring telecoms infrastructure for the company’s entire base.

The company uses a technology known as E-Band, or “extremely high frequency” to deploy “fibre in the air” on a point-to-point basis in a similar fashion to how microwave signals traditionally were used only at frequencies of 70GHz to

HIBB to provide security infrastructure for Sharp Security
Host Ireland Business Broadband (HIBB) will provide the security monitoring telecommunications infrastructure for Sharp Security in Dublin, after signing a deal worth EUR 1.2 million, SiliconRepublic reported

“The cost of actual fibre meant we couldn’t actually differentiate ourselves from other telcos,” explained HIBS’s CEO Ben Kitchin.

E-band, he explained, uses very narrow laser-like radio waves to communicate between Host Ireland’s clients, who include Vodafone, and base stations.

 

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