Verizon to create over 400 jobs with new Limerick facility

Telecom’s new centre of excellence is expected to be complete by Q1 2024

Heidi Hammer, senior vice president, engineering, Verizon, Craig Silliman, president Verizon global services, Simon Coveney, enterpirse minister and Michael Lohan, IDA chief. Picture: Maxwells

Verizon, the multinational telecommunications conglomerate, has announced the establishment of a new Global Centre of Excellence in Limerick, in a move that will create more than 400 jobs.

The firm - which is a leading provider of communications globally - said that it has retained 10,000 metres squared of the new 1BQ riverside development, which is expected to be complete the first quarter of next year.

The centre will assist Verizon in leveraging global talent ...