Computer maker Dell is planning to create 150 jobs in Ireland over the period of next two years at its cloud computing centre opened in Dublin.
The company announced that it will be establishing the Cloud Research and Development (R&D) Centre in Dublin. The centre will allow consumers to move to cloud computing services much more efficiently and easily.
Dell said that it had already started recruiting software engineer for the cloud computing plant in Dublin while IT architects, engineers and developers are also being hired for its software centre in Limerick. The workers in Limerick will deal with business, helping them to migrating to cloud computing.
The company said that it was highly impressed with the quality of workers applying for the jobs.
“The calibre of Dell people and the nature of their work in Ireland are consistent with our ambition to be a knowledge-driven economy. We are very pleased to see continued momentum in this direction, especially the creation of new jobs in this vital sector of our economy.” Taoiseach Enda Kenny said in a statement.
The company already employs around 2,300 people in Ireland, with around 1,000 employed in Limerick and 1,300 in its Cherrywood, Dublin offices.