Cubic Telecom creates 60 jobs at Dublin office

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PIctured: An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny with Minister Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell-O’Connor; Barry Napier Cubic Telecom; Henning Dohrn, Audi Ireland; and Julie Sinnamon, Enterprise Ireland

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27 October 2016 | 0

Cubic Telecom, is adding of 60 staff to its Dublin office.

The news comes after the connectivity platform privder announced a deal with Audi to bring the first connected cars to Ireland. The car maker will be promoting connected services across Europe through a SIM card specially installed into each Audi model, thereby creating an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot.

Barry Napier, CEO, Cubic Telecom, said: “Cubic is enabling in-car connectivity on an international scale through partnerships with tier one mobile operators. Our expanding company will help us innovate further in the Internet of Things space, and create industry-leading products and services. The future is ripe with potential and we look forward to taking Cubic technology global.”

Henning Dohrn, managing director of Audi Ireland, said: “Tech is powering the next revolution in motoring and our partnership with Cubic Telecom is one of its key instigators. Cubic Telecom distils Audi’s connectivity down to a single SIM card, providing Audi drivers hassle-free access to useful online services, making their drives more convenient and efficient.”

Recruitment has already begun for roles across software development, network engineering and commercial departments. The company expects to have all 60 roles filled by December 2017.

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