Technology giants Dell are creating 100 new jobs in Raheen, Limerick.
The roles will be in engineering, research, and development, focusing on digital innovation for the computer company’s product line.
Dell already has a workforce of 900 staff, with these additional new positions that will rise to 1,000 employees in Limerick and approximately 2,300 in Cork, Dublin and Limerick combined.
Dell’s Europe Middle East & Africa president, Aongus Hegarty said:
“Over the last four or five years, [Limerick] is at the centre of the transformation of the company, this is just one more milestone in the broadening and development of Dell’s business globally.”
“It’s a testament to the highly skilled talent available in Ireland that we’re continuing to invest in the region.”
“Today’s announcement underscores Dell’s commitment to our operations in Ireland and highlights the significant role that our people in Limerick, Cork and Dublin play within our global business.”
Dell are looking at Ireland as a possible development centre, joining the likes of Google, Twitter, and Facebook, who have all set up EMEA hubs in Dublin.