Dublin-headquartered global telecoms software company Ammeon has created 75 new jobs – 46 of which have already been filled.
An additional nine positions have been created at Ammeon’s UK subsidiary in Reading.
The firm now intends to complement these in early 2012 with 20 jobs for both graduates and returning emigrants, as new customer contracts agreements are signed with telecommunications carriers.
Ammeon’s recent successes, with new customer contract wins in Europe and the Americas with global telcos, have accelerated the company’s growth strategy in areas such as mobile app development, high-availability telecommunications platforms and test automation.
The company said the new jobs – software architects, senior software developers and business development specialists – are part of an on-going expansion strategy, focused on assisting the migration of telecoms carriers and infrastructure providers to a cloud-based services architecture.
“We are delighted to make this announcement today, as it represents an investment in our continued confidence in the quality and expertise of Irish software engineers, and their proven technical ability,” Fred Jones, Ammeon’s CEO, explained.
“Thanks to them, we bolster our capabilities to assist in the rapid evolution of telecommunications equipment providers from legacy network-installed equipment to a ‘software as a service’ model,” Jones explained.