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Tech company announces 20 jobs for Limerick

Written by Robert McHugh, on 7th Feb 2018. Posted in Technology

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It was announced today that 4site has invested €250,000 in their headquarters in Limerick to create Ireland’s first ‘Fibre Centre of Excellence’.

The company provides innovative engineering solutions for major infrastructural developments in telecommunications, power, renewables and multi-site networks. Clients include Vodafone, SIRO, Cignal, Huawei, Netshare, 2RN (RTE), Three, Ericsson, Nokia and enet.

Established in 2002, 4site currently employs 70 highly skilled professionals and the company now plans to expand their team further by adding 20 additional positions over the coming months. Their highly skilled in-house technical teams design, survey, build and maintain world-class communications networks, adapting technology, tools and processes to deliver reliable and future-proofed turnkey services for clients.

The new Centre will bring together the expertise of fibre design, survey and planning engineers who will continually innovate how fibre networks are designed and delivered, while also focusing on specialised training for graduate engineers to meet not just the current demands, but future 5G or next generation network developments.

The company offers a very successful graduate programme, complete with their own specially created training programmes, to upcoming graduates from Limerick Institute of Technology, University of Limerick and further afield.

Speaking at the new opening of the new site today, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Minister Denis Naughten said, "4site’s business is a vital part of the larger telecommunications industry in Ireland. It is a real example of a company spotting gaps in their industry and applying expertise and new technologies to find practical solutions. "

CEO of 4site, Ian Duggan added, "This is a very exciting time for our business. Insatiable demand for bandwidth and rapid developments in technology are pushing the limits of existing communications networks. The pressure to roll out advanced networks is huge and we are delighted to provide smart and effective solutions that speed up delivery time for the service providers bringing fibre to homes, businesses and existing wireless networks."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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