Irish tech company announces 60 jobs at Dublin office
28 October 2016
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Irish global connectivity platform provider, Cubic Telecom, has announced the creation of 60 new jobs at its Dublin office, meaning that the company will grow from 80 to 140 people over the next twelve months.
In their new partnership Cubic Telecom and Audi are bringing the first connected cars to Ireland and are promoting connected services across Europe through one SIM card specially installed into each Audi model, thereby creating an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot.
The SIM card allows 100Mbps high-speed internet access on the road, letting drivers and passengers avail of online services including Google Street View, traffic and parking information, and a range of infotainment features, including email, calendar and social media integration.
The first generation of Cubic-enabled Audi vehicles launched earlier this summer in Europe and are now available in Ireland.
On a recent visit to Dublin, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella pointed to Cubic Telecom as an innovative Internet of Things company on the global stage, calling it “a fantastic example of an Irish start-up that not only has built something that is significant for Europe, but worldwide”.
“Cubic is enabling in-car connectivity on an international scale through partnerships with tier one mobile operators. Our expanding company will help us innovate further in the Internet of Things space, and create industry-leading products and services. The future is ripe with potential and we look forward to taking Cubic technology global,” said Barry Napier, CEO of Cubic Telecom.
“Tech is powering the next revolution in motoring and our partnership with Cubic Telecom is one of its key instigators. Cubic Telecom distils Audi’s connectivity down to a single SIM card, providing Audi drivers hassle-free access to useful online services, making their drives more convenient and efficient,” said Henning Dohrn, managing director of Audi Ireland.
Recruitment has already begun for roles across software development, network engineering and commercial departments. The company expects to have all 60 roles filled by December 2017.http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2016/10/28/tech-company-60-dublin/http://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Cubic-Telecom-Feat-1024x576.jpghttp://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Cubic-Telecom-Feat-300x300.jpgNewsDublin,Google,internet,internet of Things,telecoms