The Irish Rugby Football Union today announced a partnership with a Canadian developed software called myplayXplay, following a successful trial of a new live video streaming technology during the recent RBS 6 Nations Championship.
We all know that Ireland recently entered rugby's record books as RBS 6 Nations champions for 2014, but how exactly did they do it? The IRB Game Analysis department have turned up some clues in their annual tournament review.
The Six Nations-winning Ireland squad and management were honoured with a state reception at Farmleigh House, hosted by Ministers for Sport, Leo Varadkar and Michael Ring. Irish Rugby TV brings you some of the highlights of the day.
Ireland players Brian O'Driscoll, Cian Healy, Jack McGrath and Ian Madigan took the RBS 6 Nations trophy on a special trip to visit the patients and staff at Temple Street Children's University Hospital in Dublin.
It was another proud occasion for Irish rugby at Farmleigh House on Wednesday as Ministers Leo Varadkar and Michael Ring held a special reception to honour the achievements of the Six Nations-winning Ireland squad and management team.
Shortly after winning his first RBS 6 Nations Championship, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt paid tribute to his squad, to the performance over France and to Brian O'Driscoll, but he also made mention on RTÉ of the Ulster players who had starred in the win over Scarlets the night before.
England full-back Mike Brown has been named RBS Player of the Championship for the 2014 Six Nations, securing more than 34% of the vote - followed by four Ireland players, including retiring centre Brian O'Driscoll.
It has been a Championship to remember for Rory Best, with a Six Nations winners' medal around his neck, the new mantle of Ulster's most-capped Ireland international and a starring role in Ireland's ultra-reliable set piece game.
There were smiles all round in the victorious Ireland dressing room last Saturday as the Inpho photographers captured the playing and coaching staff and members of the backroom team with the RBS 6 Nations trophy.
Ireland claimed their 12th outright Championship title and their second RBS 6 Nations crown with a thrilling 22-20 victory in Paris on Saturday night - quite a turnaround from their fifth place finish in 2013.
Ireland were crowned RBS 6 Nations champions in Paris on Saturday night after edging out France in a memorable finish to the 2014 Championship. Jonathan Sexton's 17-point haul saw him finish as the tournament's top points scorer and joint-top try scorer.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt, flanked by fellow coaches Les Kiss and John Plumtree, spoke at a press conference in the Aviva Stadium today as he reflected on the RBS 6 Nations title win and all the hard work that went into in.