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Hittite Microwave Corporation creates 30 jobs in Cork

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5 October 2012

US semiconductor company Hittite Microwave Corporation is to establish two operations in Cork, creating 19 new jobs in research and development and a further 11 people at the company’s new International Operations Centre focusing on finance and global suopply chain management. The investments are supported by IDA Ireland.

Hittite Microwave Corporation designs and manufactures high frequency, analog and mixed signal electronics components. Products designed at the Cork facility will used in telecommunications and sensor systems.

Jason Lynch, managing director of the new Cork operation said: "These two investments are very exciting developments for Hittite Microwave. The choice of Cork as the location for R&D activities is due to a combination of the availability of world-class engineers to contribute to the execution of the company’s global R&D strategy and the proximity to the semiconductor and integrated circuit design capabilities in Tyndall Institute, University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology.

"Meanwhile, the new international operations centre will bring us closer to our customers and will have responsibility for growing our international business. The operation will be the point of all sales to non-US customers of existing and future Hittite Microwave products. I wish to thank the Irish Government and IDA Ireland for their continued support and look forward to our further development in Ireland.”




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