Ireland is rapidly becoming a dominant force in Cloud Computing, building on its international reputation as a leader in ICT. Many key players have already been attracted to Ireland while a wide spectrum of technology companies with Irish operations are actively expanding into and researching the Cloud.
The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce (IC4) is focused on developing an internationally recognised industry-led centre of excellence for innovation and applied research. An industry panel, including Intel, IBM and Microsoft, guides its activities. Cloud R&D centres have also been developed by US technology companies, including Dell, HP, IBM and EMC.
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ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited celebrated its 30th Anniversary at its facility in Millstreet, Co. Cork.
ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited was founded in Millstreet Town, County Cork in 1988 as a manufacturing base of ALPS Customers in Europe. Today ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited employs over 700 people in Millstreet Town. The Facility has 56,000 square feet of world class manufacturing space and including SMT, moulding, decorative parts painting and lasering marking capabilities.
IDA Ireland today welcomes Bank of America confirmation that it has chosen Dublin as the preferred location for its principal EU legal entities following the UK’s departure from the EU.
IDA Ireland today welcomed the announcement by Citi that Dublin has been chosen as one of a number of European locations for expansion as part of its Brexit response.
Grand Parade location provides capacity to grow from 52 to 150 people in the future
Dublin centre lets European companies locate customer data within the EU
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