A lot of companies are developing and distributing chips and modules for wireless communication and positioning, but u‑blox puts the focus on the customers and their applications. We are a fabless company, heavily investing in R&D to provide the market with products and solutions for the internet of things – and everybody in the world.
The benevolence of luck: The story behind the Tour de Munster charity cycle
We all have hobbies – the little things that get us through the week. But how many of us have turned those hobbies into charity events that rake in hundreds of thousands of euro per year?
U-blox engineer: 'I was inspired by my parents and excited by the job'
When someone asks you to picture an engineer, who pops into your head? For some, it’s a malleable form that could be anyone. For most, though, it’s something very specific: a white male.
Software engineer moves from Croatia to Cork for better opportunities
Drazen Zoric, a senior software engineer at u-blox, speaks to Siliconrepublic.com about what brought him to the internet of things company, and about the Irish identity.
Ask anyone in the industry what the most exciting development area in tech is and most of them will say the same thing: it’s the internet of things (IoT). That places us in an enviable position when it comes to recruitment. Jim Connelly, design centre manager at our Cork facility, explains what we look for from candidates.