Dublin

Our Dublin office supports clients in Ireland and works with teams from other Analysys Mason offices to support clients across the UK and around the world.

Consultants in Dublin work with local government, enterprise companies, emergency services, transport, network operators, financial institutions, equipment suppliers and many other telecoms users in Ireland to generate lasting business and technical impact.

Our team has extensive expertise in next-generation broadband access, radio spectrum and regulation, public and private radio systems, enterprise network solutions, converged voice and data, and VoIP solutions.

In addition to strategy and planning services, our team can also provide expertise in defining and implementing telecoms networks, including areas such as price benchmarking, procurement support, contract negotiation or re-negotiation, and service-level agreements.

Our experts also actively support  operators, and work closely with industry bodies, regulators and the governments of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of  Ireland.

Our local presence means that our clients can be confident that Analysys Mason brings a broad perspective on the rapidly changing technical, commercial and economic aspects of the TMT markets in which we work, as well as an appreciation of what this means for businesses in Ireland.

Analysys Mason Limited
Suite 242
The Capel Building
Dublin 7
Ireland
dublin@analysysmason.com
+353 1 602 4755

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Evaluating an opportunity to invest in a transatlantic submarine cable

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) asked Analysys Mason to conduct a commercial and technical due diligence of its investment in Aqua Comms, the owner and operator of Ireland's first dedicated subsea fibre-optic network connecting New York, Dublin and London

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  • Telefónica FUSION: a textbook transformation of the transport network towards 5G

    Telefónica is transforming its IP and optical transport networks in preparation for 5G. It is simplifying their structure and management and boosting capacity and automation to ensure cost-efficiency at scale. White box-based disaggregation is on the company’s roadmap.

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  • Using FMC sub-brands to address new market segments

    Sub-brands offering FMC are becoming more prevalent as competition in highly penetrated markets increases. In this report we assess the case for launching a sub-brand FMC proposition and include an annex detailing the FMC sub-brands that are active in Europe.

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  • AI and analytics: worldwide market shares 2018

    This report provides market share data for communications service provider (CSP) spending on telecoms-specific AI and analytics software systems and related services for 2018. It provides details of how the spending varied by delivery model, service type, vendor and region. The report also includes ‘snapshots’ of information about the leading vendors in the market.

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