SIRO, Ireland’s leading fibre broadband network operator, has announced the expansion of its high-speed network to Ardee in County Louth. SIRO’s build in the town is underway and is set to connect over 1,500 premises in the town by the end of March 2024. SIRO’s full fibre broadband is already available to over 24,000 premises in Louth in towns such as Dundalk and Drogheda
Areas in Ardee joining SIRO’s fibre network include Campbell’s Park, Dawson’s Demesne, John Street, Stoney Lane, Cloughan Bridge, Cloughanvary, Rockfield, Heathergate, Sliabh Breag, Drogheda Road, and Rathgory.
The construction phase in the town commenced in December 2023, with over 400 premises in Hale Street, Moorehall, Clonmore, The Orchard, Mount View and Dawson’s Demesne already live on SIRO’s network.
SIRO has continuously expanded its network throughout County Louth since the first premises in Dundalk were connected to its 100% fibre broadband in 2015. In Dundalk SIRO’s network now reaches over 13,778 premises. More recently, works have been ongoing in Drogheda where now 10,244 homes and businesses have access to fibre broadband. With a network which reaches over 24,000 premises in the County; it means that over 70,000 Louth residents can now avail of SIRO’s fibre broadband offering speeds of up to 2 Gigabits.
The roll-out of a full fibre broadband network in Ardee is part of SIRO’s ongoing network expansion, targeting more than 700,000 premises in towns and cities across Ireland by 2026.
To date, over 550,000 premises in 135 towns across the country can access the SIRO network. The company is investing more than €1 billion in delivering high speed, future proofed broadband across Ireland.
SIRO John Keaney Chief Executive Officer, noted:
“Since SIRO first began rolling out Gigabit broadband to Louth residents in 2015, we have experienced huge demand for reliable and trustworthy connectivity from individuals, communities and businesses in Louth.
“Our expansion into Ardee reflects our continued commitment to delivering high-speed, future-proofed broadband and to make advanced connectivity accessible to even more Louth households and businesses.”