National Software Centre

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The National Software Centre (NSC) is based in Mahon, Cork (city) and was built under an Irish Government initiative to establish a centre of excellence for the SMART economy[clarification needed]. The project is a privately led venture via a public–private partnership.

The NSC Campus hosts the Network Operations Centre in Cork for the 60 km Cork (city) MAN (48/96 pair fibre ring Metropolitan Area Network) which launched in January 2004.[1]

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