Dublin, Ireland September 2015
“Success Through Collaboration”
Welcome to the September issue of Ireland’s Hosting Bulletin. In this issue, we bring you up-to-date news on Ireland's hosting landscape as well as an updated calendar of events. Interested in getting involved with Host in Ireland activities? Email

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What’s New for Host in Ireland
In conjunction with the regional organisations Cork Chamber of Commerce, IT@Cork, Limerick Chamber of Commerce, Information Technology Association of Galway (ITAG), Galway Chamber of Commerce and the Dublin-based event Datacentres Ireland, Host in Ireland has developed four breakfast briefing events that will demonstrate why companies of all sizes and sectors should consider Ireland for hosting digital assets.

Location: Galway
Date: October 21, 2015
Co-producers: Information Technology Association of Galway (ITAG), Galway Chamber of Commerce

Location: RDS, Dublin
Date: November 9-10, 2015
Co-producer: Datacentres Ireland

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Limerick and Cork events to be announced.
Press Release: Host in Ireland, President, Garry Connolly, to Keynote at Sustainable Processing 2015

Article: Irish Data Center Growth Places an Increased Focus on Facility Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources
 Speaking Engagements: 
Sustainable Processing 2015, September 9, 2015

Cork City Council Meeting, Clarion Hotel, Dublin October 9, 2015
Success Stories
MAYOIE Think Mayo: Strategic Site Killala Looking for a location for your data centre business? Explore Mayo .
Google to Build Second Irish Data Centre in Dublin Tech giant will invest €150 million in project and employ 400 people during construction Google is building a new data centre in Ireland and investing €150 million in the project. Google Campus Dublin - Google Docks Reception - Foto Peter Wurmli - © Camenzind Evolution
Telecities: Helping You Connect to Dublin In the last two decades, Dublin has transformed into an internationally acclaimed digital and technology hub, playing host to some of the world’s largest global pharmaceutical, financial and technology companies in the world.
Why Squarespace Chose Dublin Squarespace has built a business by helping others to publicise theirs – giving them tools to build slick, well-designed websites without having to know how to write code. With millions of sites now built on its platform and a growing international business, the company set up its first overseas operation in Dublin in May 2013.  squarespace-logo-1200x695
interxion Anexia Selects Interxion as its Dublin Based Data Centre Service Provider Interxion announces that it has been selected by Anexia, a global hosting management services provider, to provide data centre services from its data centre in Dublin. The deal enables Anexia to service the needs of US corporation clients with European head-quarters in Dublin even better.

Hibernia Networks Lays First US-Europe Sub Sea Cable for 12 Years

Fibre optic cable has come ashore in Ireland to serve demand for high speed trans-Atlantic connectivity driven by big data and cloud. Hibernia Networks has deployed a 4,600 Km low latency fibre optic submarine cable connecting the US to Irish shores. The first transatlantic cable to be deployed in 12 years is expected to go live in September linking Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada to Cork, Ireland.

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6th PoP for INEX at Northwest Business Park The INEX switching centres are located in six secure data centres around Dublin; Telecity Group in Kilcarbery Park, Citywest Business Campus and Northwest Business Park, Interxion DUB1 and Interxion DUB2 in Park West, and the Vodafone data centre in Clonshaugh. The infrastructure is connected by dedicated resilient fibre links. INEX Logo

Ireland is on the edge of a data science tsunami

Crunch the numbers and you can already see that Ireland has the edge when it comes to capturing a slice of the most significant transition in business and technology history: the onset of the data-driven economy.

Partner Profile
PrimaryIntegration-300x150Founded in 2005, the vision behind Primary Integration Solutions (PI) was to build the most elite mission critical commissioning and operational risk management company in the industry. By attracting the best talent, establishing comprehensive processes, adhering to the highest standards of quality and performance, and living a client first mantra, the firm has been able to create a foundation for continued growth and success. PI has become one of the U.S.’s largest commissioning and operational risk management providers, with over 900 MW of critical infrastructure under its belt. Our dedicated team of over 90 employees are the best in the business, and stand ready to exceed our clients’ expectations.


Primary Integration Solutions, a leading mission critical facilities/data center global commissioning and operational risk management consulting organization, has opened a new office in Dublin, Ireland under the direction of Terry Gillick, who is serving as the Division President for the company.
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