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40 jobs on the way with completion of new West Dublin data centre

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40 jobs on the way with completion of new West Dublin data centre


Friday, March 03, 2017 




40 jobs on the way with completion of new West Dublin data centre

European firm Interxion has today opened a state of the art €28m data centre in west Dublin.

Named DUB3, it is the third such facility built by the company here since 2001. The data centre is located at Grange Castle Business Park, and is the latest data facility to be added to the Irish market, joining Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft, among other providers.

Ten new permanent jobs have been created with the opening of the data centre with the number of jobs set  to rise to 40 when further phases of building are finished.

Details of career opportunities with Interxion can be explored here.

Designed to maximise energy efficiency, the centre will be used by over 40 telecom carriers and internet service providers. It was built in direct response to increased customer demand and new opportunities in the Irish market.

The investment is supported by IDA Ireland.

The CareersPortal Team