Waterford Technologies in €500k research plan with TSSG

28 Jul 2014

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Email and file archiving firm Waterford Technologies is investing €500,000 in a joint development programme with TSSG at the Waterford Institute of Technology.

John Brennan, CEO of Waterford Technologies, said the investment will ensure Waterford Technologies continues to meet the ever-changing needs and requirements its customers.

“Throughout the 14 years Waterford Technologies has been in business it has continued to invest in the development of its products. Today we are announcing another milestone in our ongoing commitment to the development of our products to ensure we can drive our position forward in the marketplace.

“This leading-edge research and development programme is supported by Enterprise Ireland. We have been working with Enterprise Ireland from the commencement and have been assisted previously in marketing and promotional programmes successfully.”

Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunication Software and Systems Group (TSSG) is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for ICT research and innovation.

It conducts a wide spectrum of industry-informed research in information and communications technologies (ICT), particularly technologies enabling communications and information services.

“The deliverables of the project will drive the Waterford Technologies product set over the next three to five years, helping to solidify Waterford Technologies’ already significant market and will enable the company to pursue new sales and product opportunities both at home and abroad,” said Lorcan Kennedy, CTO at TSSG.

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