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Dublin's innovative 5G neutral host network

Dublin City’s “first of its kind” 5G neutral host network offers wholesale access to multiple operators while reducing infrastructure costs. The project uses ‘street level’ telecommunication and 5G infrastructure by discretely placing small wireless networking cells on existing structures, such as lamp posts and solar compactor bins.

Title over photograph of Dublin City, featuring the modern architecture of Dublin's business district, along the Liffey river: "Dublin's innovative 5G neutral host network"

In this video, Jamie Cudden, Dublin’s Smart City Programme Manager, describes the aims and challenges of the project, and how the network has been a “game changer” for the city.

Explore this innovative project through Dublin’s Smart Docklands website.

This interview was filmed as part of the European Broadband Competence Offices (BCO) Network’s work to share good practices in broadband projects and raise awareness of EU support for high-speed broadband deployment. Discover more project interviews in the BCO Network YouTube playlist and more broadband good practices, news and resources in the BCO Network Library.

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European Broadband Competence Offices Network Support Facility