Dublin-based technology company Origina is set to create 10 new jobs as it invests €1.1m in developing a cloud computing service, according to a report in the ‘Irish Times’.
It’s understood that part of the funding will be used for collaborative research to design the new offering, which will provide ‘infrastructure as a service’. The company will be recruiting experienced technologists and PhD graduates to work on its development.
The Irish Times story also reports that Origina will seek up to €2m in additional external funding over the next year for further infrastructure investments and to move into export markets, including the UK.
Origina currently employs 40 permanent and contract staff at its Sandyford base.
Pictured: Tomás O’Leary, managing director, Origina
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