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ARTeSYN Biosolutions, the manufacturer of single-use solutions for biopharma processing, is to significantly expand its Waterford operations by adding 50 new roles in Production, Engineering, Customer Service and Research & Development over the next 3 years at its facilities in the Six Cross Roads Business Park, Waterford. The expansion of the site increases the company’s consumables and overall production capacity by an additional 2200 ft².
In a recent report published by Accenture, entitled Does Digital leadership in Banking really matter?, links were established between the digital maturity of a bank and its market valuation. The essence of the argument is that banks who successfully digitalise their data enjoy greater efficiencies that lead to lower costs as a percentage of revenue, which leads to a higher market valuation. Increasingly, banks and other financial services firms are turning to blockchain technology as a means of storing and transferring data in order to increase transparency, lower costs and accelerate the speed at which it is transferred.
Travelport, a leading technology company serving the travel and tourism industry, has announced a further investment in its Dublin operations through the creation of an inside sales centre.
Could this new Irish material help solve a global water crisis? Researchers at the University of Limerick have revealed a revolutionary material that could help give fresh water to millions.
From its Ballina facility, Lionbridge co-ordinates thousands of homeworkers across the globe who are constantly accessing sites, testing them for quality and ease of use.
Following on from last year’s announcement that Dublin Institute of Technology, IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown were to merge to form Technological University (TU) Dublin, a similar plan is underway for the midlands and mid-west.
Founded in 2012, Davra has developed an application enablement platform (AEP) that allows system integrators, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end customers to define, build and rapidly bring to market industrial-grade IoT applications.
Despite suggestions that meteorite craters could host deep microbial communities on Earth – or even on other planets – there has been no direct evidence to prove it, until now.
The 12-month Enterprise Ireland industry partnership project between Tyndall and Endotronix will explore the application of novel electronics technologies to wireless, implantable sensors for chronic disease management, focusing on the area of heart failure.
University of Limerick researchers are excited by a new material that can create water from thin air in the most remote of locations.
Researchers from the SFI Advanced Materials and Bioengineering Research (AMBER) centre at Trinity College Dublin have revealed a new way to produce graphene using Irish whiskey.
Although Tines was not actively seeking funding, Blossom Capital has invested in the company, which will now accelerate its global expansion. In a statement, Tines said that it will use the funding to hire engineers in Dublin
In 2017, Dubliner Shane Curran was named winner of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Now, at the age of 19, the company he founded earlier this year has secured $3.2m in seed funding.
Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) today announced the establishment of a Repair Shop in Dundalk, Co. Louth. The investment is supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.
Panasonic Avionics Corporation supplies and services in-flight entertainment and communications (IFEC) systems. The company’s customer base includes more than 300 airlines located across the globe.
A key business unit within Panasonic, Panasonic Technical Services (PTS), provides Repair, Line Maintenance for Aircraft, Spares Parts Supply and Technical Services that include Training & Technical Publications and Technical Support at over 70 permanent locations across the world.
PTS’s customized support programs are designed to ensure equipment serviceability at the lowest possible through-life cost.
Huawei Ireland has today opened a new state-of-the-art Dublin office and announced the creation of 100 jobs over the next three years as the company continues to grow in Ireland. Recruitment is underway for the first phase of the jobs and 30 of these positions are expected to be filled within the next year.
PublicRelay, a leading US media monitoring and analytics firm, announced today plans to establish a new office in Cavan, creating 20 new jobs over the next two years. Cavan was selected as the location for a second office in Ireland based on the strong pool of educated talent available in the region and the innovative nature of Cavan’s newly opened Digital Hub where the company initially will be based. PublicRelay Ireland, Ltd. is currently looking to hire its initial team of associate analysts and a manager to begin work before the end of this year.
EJ, a 5th generation family-owned company headquartered in Michigan, USA, today celebrated the official opening of its new production facility in Birr, Co. Offaly. The company has operated this world class facility on its 2-hectare site in Birr since June of last year.
With support from IDA, Ireland has emerged as a leading global destination for some of the world’s top Cyber Security companies that want to build strategic international activities here, such as core product development, international headquarters and administration, or EMEA sales and marketing.
Patreon, the membership and payment platform for independent artists and their fans, today announced that it is expanding its international footprint with the addition of an office in Dublin, Ireland. The new Dublin office will serve as the company’s European headquarters.
Mission is an opportunity for IDA to promote Ireland as a Gateway to Europe for Japanese investors
As Brexit approaches, uncertainty continues to surround the potential exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. While there are far reaching implications, taxes and trading systems are just two considerations that will impact American chip and system engineers and their employers. The situation is complex and becomes more challenging as each day passes. Strong trade bonds tie Europe and the US - data from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative shows that the EU/US bilateral trade flow is the biggest in the world, far bigger than that between the US and China. In 2018, the U.S. imported $683.9 billion of EU goods compared with $557.9 imported from China. U.S. exports reached $574.5 billion to Europe while only $179.2 billion was imported to China. Trade with the UK is significant, the U.S. accounted for 19% of U.K. exports and 11% of imports.
E-commerce and technology leader Overstock.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSTK) has opened its new European base in the IDA’s flagship North West business park in Sligo, and revealed it is on track to make its 100th Irish hire before year end.
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