Integration of the network is already complete
European network infrastructure provider euNetworks announced that its Irish subsidiary, euNetworks Ireland Private Fiber Limited, has acquired Inland Fibre Telecom, a company headquartered in Dublin. The deal provides euNetworks with 130 km of additional fiber routes. The price of the acquisition was not disclosed.
As one of the largest bandwidth providers in Dublin, euNetworks has been operating a fiber-based network with a local team and office to support existing customers. The addition of 130km to the network will help the company further strengthen its positon in the city.
Growing in Dublin
Brady Rafuse, CEO of euNetworks
The Inland Fibre network provides fiber routes along canalways to key data centers in the city of Dublin and access to business parks in Maynooth and Naas.
Brady Rafuse, Chief Executive Officer of euNetworks said: “This is a highly complementary business to euNetworks and further strengthens our already dominant position in Dublin.”
“euNetworks has relationships with the majority of Inland Fibre’s customers today and are delighted to be working more closely with them supporting their bandwidth needs,” he said. “Integration of the networks is largely complete, delivering immediate value to customers from the combined footprint.”
“We are delighted that the assets of Inland Fibre were acquired by euNetworks, a company firmly established and committed to the Irish market,” said Jim McMahon, founder and director at Inland Fibre Telecom Limited. “Their bandwidth offering both in Dublin and across Western Europe is certainly market leading and their approach to aligning network development and investment with customer needs is refreshing.”
euNetworks is a bandwidth infrastructure provider headquartered in London, owning and operating 13 fiber-based metropolitan networks across Europe connected with a high capacity intercity backbone covering 45 cities in 10 countries. The company directly connects over 260 Europe data centers.