|This article relies on references to primary sources. (May 2008)|
|Key people||Colm Piercy, CEO|
|Products||Fixed Wireless and Mobile Broadband, Web Hosting & Data Centre Services, Business Solutions, DSL, Satellite etc.|
Digiweb is 100% Irish owned and run, and is headquartered in Dundalk, County Louth with its technical, installation and sales offices in Dublin. In May 2013, it acquired the British telecommunications company Viatel.
Digiweb offer a variety of broadband services in Ireland: Metro Wireless Broadband (Broadband & Phone), Mobile Broadband (as of 2007), DSL and VDSL Broadband (over standard phone lines), and Satellite broadband.
The main wireless broadband service offers various broadband packages from 5Mb down/1Mb up (economy service) to 30Mb down/1Mb up (premium service). Transceiver locations are available in all major cities, Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford, Kilkenny as well as a dozen or so towns around Ireland including Drogheda, Dundalk and Letterkenny. The service requires line-of-sight to the transceiver location and is offered up to 10 km from the point-of-service; this limit was set under the original Comreg licence conditions. Metro uses DOCSIS 2.0 over microwave frequencies. Digiweb are also testing a DOCSIS 3.0 platform supporting speeds in excess of 100Mb.
A smaller-scale wireless broadband service (using Airspan) is offered in smaller towns around the country.
As Digiweb offer a phone service without the Eircom copper pair they are one of the few competitors along to Eircom's fixed line voice service.
Mobile Broadband & Phone
In April 2007, Digiweb announced that it is set to become Ireland's fifth mobile phone provider. ComReg, the telecoms regulator, allocated the 088 prefix to the new network - the same prefix used by Eircell's old analogue TACS system. The service would have been Ireland's first 4G network and should have taken 18 months to be rolled out.
In 2007, recently launched a revised business broadband portfolio with speeds of 100Mbit/s as well as higher end solutions with extra capacity and symmetrical speeds. In mid-2008, they announced the launch of a new 1Gb business package
Web hosting services
Digiweb also provide web hosting services in their purpose-built data centre based in Blanchardstown, Dublin.
- "Digiweb Group acquires Viatel and VTLWaveNet". Capacity Magazine. Retrieved 2 August 2013.
- Press Release: Digiweb Mobile Takes 088
- RTÉ News article: Ireland gets new mobile phone provider
- New Business Packages: Speed Increase to 100Mb
- Symmetrical High Capacity Broadband: Dedicated Broadband
- 1Gb business package:High Speed Broadband
- ICT Awards: Company of the Year
- Deloitte Tech Fast 50: 2nd Place Award