“Eventually this centre will create 200 new jobs and is further testament to the depth of engineering and research talent in the country. The partnerships established with leading Irish universities will also ensure strong opportunities for graduates in the growing digital economy,” said Micheál Martin, Taoiseach of the Irish government.
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