Irish Ferries adds Nowhere Networks system on two more routes

Irish Ferries has agreed a deal to add the Nowhere Networks connectivity system on two additional ferry routes between Ireland, France and the UK, to cover its Dublin to Cherbourg and Rosslare to Pembroke services.

The system has already been in use since 2021 on routes from Dublin to Holyhead and Dover to Calais, with the new deal set to take the number of ships installed to six.

The new systems are expected to be operational in May this year, the partners note.

“The decision to implement Nowhere Networks’ solution on two additional routes was easy,” said Seamus Mc Carville, Head of IT, Irish Continental Group.

“We are very happy with the service that Nowhere Networks delivers, it has been proven on our Dover-Calais and Dublin-Holyhead routes, with 100% high capacity and high-quality coverage.”

“An internet connection with such stability, coverage, capacity and cost efficiency is something no other solution can provide.”

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