40 New Data Jobs Set For Dublin As Data Centre Opens

By katedemolder

March 3, 2017 at 12:10pm

40 New Data Jobs Set For Dublin As Data Centre Opens

International data centre, Interxion DUB3, officially opens in Dublin this morning, and spokespeople say it aims to create more Dublin jobs in the future.

The centre is located in Grange Castle Business Park and was officially opened this morning by the Tánaiste and Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald.

The facility currently caters for 10 full-time positions, with plans to create a further 30 jobs set to go ahead once additional phases are complete.

 Managing Director of Interxion Ireland, Tanya Duncan, spoke at the opening: 

"The data centre industry in Ireland continues to thrive and the Grange Castle Business Park has become a strategic location for businesses looking to interconnect mission critical services in Ireland. DUB3 was built in direct response to increased customer demand and new opportunities in the Irish market.''

"Since Interxion opened its first data centre in Ireland in 2001 demand for our services has continued to grow and evolve as Ireland’s economy changes.This growth has come from both new clients to Interxion and to the Irish market and also as a result of our current clients expanding their own businesses.''

"Today’s opening demonstrates Interxion’s commitment to Ireland and is the result of the continued support of the Government and IDA Ireland."

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