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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.
Ericsson, the 35-year stalwart of Athlone technology, has announced a further expansion of its workforce with plans to employ a further 100 software engineers at its Blyry campus over the next two years, leading to a 12.5 per cent increase in its present workforce of 800.
Ericssons, the Swedish electronics firm which has had a presence in Athlone for nearly 30 years, has refused to release any details whether there will be any job losses amongst the 400 staff at its Blyry campus as part of the 5,000 job losses worldwide announced by the company yesterday (January 22).
The Green Dragon was due to arrive in Marstraand late last evening with high hopes of another podium finish.
Kilkenny singer songwriter and avid skateboarder, Majella Murphy is through to the second round of The Raw Sessions with Sony Ericsson and will be heading off to Grouse Lodge to record a new song with producer Lance Hogan by her side.
A provisional liquidator has been appointed to the Athlone and Dublin-based telelecommunications company, Babcock Networks.