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Swedish telecoms equipment maker, Ericsson, which has a campus located in Athlone, has announced that it will cut up to 130 jobs across its Irish operation.
Ericsson’s research and development campus in Garrycastle, Athlone went on the market yesterday (Wednesday), and is expected to sell for in excess of €19 million.
Galway-based telecoms reseller Alcom Telecommunications has recently launched the iPECS eMG80, one of the latest products from Ericsson-LG - a competitive solution that allows growing businesses to seamlessly expand into the world of IP and Unified Communications.
Award-winning Galway telecommunications company, Alcom, has successfully completed a new systems network installation for Supermac’s throughout Ireland.
Despite the forewarning last month that telecom giant Ericsson was to seek 100 redundancies at its Blyry plant, it is understood that just over half of these have been voluntary, and the remaining 45 given mandatory notice this week.
One of the main employers in the town, Ericsson, has announced the loss of 100 jobs from its Blyry site.
NUI Galway has announced an exciting initiative with the Ericsson R&D centre in Athlone. The discipline of information technology offers a one-year higher diploma and a two-year master’s in software design and development to graduates from diverse disciplines. In conjunction with these programmes, Ericsson will offer a number of scholarships to second year MSc students. The scholarships will comprise a contribution towards fees plus a paid internship during which students will work on a supervised research or development activity at the Ericsson R&D centre in Athlone.