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William Fry and Airspeed Telecom agree deal worth €250,000

By Business & Finance
31 August 2015
William Fry AirSpeed Telecom
Michael Devitt, IT director, William Fry pictured with Ray O’Connor, AirSpeed-Telecom

Airspeed Telecom, a provider of wireless telecommunications services, has signed a three-year contract worth €250,000 with law firm William Fry as the company upgrades telecoms infrastructure during move to a new high-tech premises at Grand Canal Square.

The law firm completed an office relocation within Dublin in recently as it moved over 420 staff from Fitzwilton House to its new premises in Grand Canal Square. The company also has plans to create 50 news positions in Ireland during 2015.

Airspeed Telecom successfully deployed a temporary network, connecting the old premises with the new Grand Canal Square site, allowing the transfer of all William Fry systems.

The new premises at Grand Canal Square also features a state-of-the-art telecoms infrastructure designed by Airspeed to deliver a secure network supporting advanced technology and applications.

William Fry’s network infrastructure is supported by Airspeed’s Network Operations Centre, which proactively monitors the network at all times.

Michael Devitt, IT director, William Fry says: “We’re delighted to have enlisted the services of Airspeed Telecom to allow us to continue to operate with a competitive edge in a challenging corporate law sector. One of Airspeed’s key strengths is their flexibility. I’ll say ‘can you do this’ and invariably the answer is yes. Their expertise and flexibility was key, particularly during what was a very complex premises move.”

Liam O’Kelly, managing director, Airspeed Telecom adds: “This was a hugely rewarding project working with William Fry. It is fantastic to enable one of Ireland’s best and most competitive corporate law firms to dramatically improve its productivity. We look forward to continuing to work with William Fry to identify further opportunities to benefit its business through IT solutions, enabling the firm to maximise growth opportunities.”