H2O Ireland, the islands most innovative provider of fibre optic communications networks and bespoke dark fibre connectivity were visited by the Finance Minister for Northern Ireland, Sammy Wilson.
The finance minister was one of the driving forces behind the recent Network NI rollout, and such vision and understanding of the communications needs of Northern Irelandís public sector is critical in achieving next generation access for homes and businesses throughout the province.
H2O representatives Robert McGoran and John Bailey discussed a range of topics including the shared services agenda, increased efficiencies within public sector and how the H2O proposal has the potential to deliver these efficiencies and drive continued service improvements.
Sammy Wilson graduated in Economics and Politics from Queens University Belfast and then from Stranmillis Teaching College. He was to become Head of Economics and Assistant Chief Examiner for A-Level Economics in Northern Ireland.
Sammy Wilson MP MLA is a former member of the Northern Ireland Policing Board and Northern Ireland Housing Council and at Westminster sits on the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee. Mr Wilson is the DUP spokesperson for Education and Policing, and has special political interest in socio-economic issues. At Westminster he is the Party spokesperson on Education and skills, as well as Housing.