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  • Published dated06/12/2021


See why the world’s leading names in tech choose Ireland as a strategic base

  • Published dated07/03/2024
  • 8 Minute Read19 minute read

The Leaders Room Episode 2 - Responsible Leadership (with Ray McGann HPE)

How do you lead a technology company to a sustainable and equitable future? In the second episode of The Leaders' Room, Ann O'Dea chats with Ray McGann, Managing Director Hewlett Packard Enterprise Ireland. Ray shares his perspectives on the democratisation of technology, the ethics of AI, and the design of sustainable technologies.

  • Published dated04/04/2022

Workday to Create 1,000 New Jobs in Dublin Over the Next Two Years

Plans to Build New European Headquarters at Grangegorman. Workday, Inc. (NASDAQ: WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, today announced that it intends to create 1,000 new jobs over the next two years at its European headquarters in Dublin, increasing its Ireland-based workforce by approximately 60%.

  • Published dated25/04/2022

IDA Ireland welcomes Apple's continued commitment to and investment in its Irish operations

Statement from Apple "Apple is continually looking at ways to improve its products for customers.   To ensure the best product durability and performance, the new engineering and test facility in Cork - the first of its kind in Europe - will test and analyze Apple products for the whole of Europe. 

  • Published dated11/01/2023

€10m Irish project to focus on quantum tech’s potential to secure data

Researchers will collaborate on integrating secure quantum devices and systems into Ireland’s comms infrastructure.

  • Published dated02/05/2023
  • 8 Minute Read5 minute read

EU’s Chips Act gets green light to boost semiconductor sector

The Chips Act aims to double the EU’s global market share in semiconductors to 20pc by 2030 while protecting Europe’s supply chain.

  • Published dated02/05/2023
  • 8 Minute Read5 minute read

Researchers propose using AI to protect Ireland’s peatlands

The National Challenge Fund project will include data gathered by drones, satellites and citizen scientists to develop an all-Ireland map to find the most valuable peatland areas under threat.

New €16.5m project aims to fast-track quantum computers

The ‘Cat Factory’ aims to make quantum computers 10 times cheaper to build and ready for market three years earlier

  • Published dated07/11/2023


Amazon first opened an office in Ireland in 2004, followed by a customer service centre in Cork two years later Between 2011 and 2018, they hired more than 2,000 employees directly in data centre construction and operation