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Crunch the numbers and you can already see that Ireland has the edge when it comes to capturing a slice of the most significant transition in business and technology history: the onset of the data-driven economy.
IDA Ireland, the Government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment, today welcomed news from Google that Dublin is to host a new Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub Network.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD has officially opened a new $300 million facility for leading biotech company, Amgen in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. The facility currently provides 340 jobs and delivers state-of-the-art manufacturing capability to Amgen.
Google has begun construction on a new Data Centre at Profile Park in West Dublin. 400 jobs will be created during the construction of the new €150 million Data Centre, the first phase of which is due to be completed later this year.
6D Global Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: SIXD), a premier digital business solutions company listed on NASDAQ under stock symbol “SIXD,” today (Thursday) announced that the company will open an office in Ireland, marking the official launch of the company’s European operations.
Ireland is at the tipping point now in terms of industrial applications of the internet of things (IoT) and all the pieces are in place for the country to be a world leader in this area.
The world’s largest internet of things (IoT) event, IoT World, is coming to Europe, and Galway-based Insight Ireland, one of Europe’s leading data science centres, played an instrumental role in bringing the event to Berlin.
In August, guests at Astronomy Ireland’s annual fundraising event, Star-B-Q, were privy to an historic moment: the reveal of the name of the first Irish space mission — Cumar.
Over 1,150 overseas companies have chosen Ireland as their strategic location in Europe
The Israeli firm Enlight Renewable Energy is expected to bring a ‘windfall’ of €24m to the Irish wind energy sector after signing a deal to develop a wind farm capable of producing 100MW of power.
A new US$300m transatlantic cable was hooked up last month to Ross Strand in Co Mayo, promising vastly improved internet speeds for communications companies.