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State invests €1 mln in data analytics research

The government is invest €1 million in a new technology centre specialising in data analytics, a sector that's growing at 40 per cent a year.

15th March, 2013
Richard Bruton

The government is invest €1 million in a new technology centre specialising in data analytics, a sector that's growing at 40 per cent a year.

The so-called CeADar profect is led by University College Dublin and also includes researchers from University College Cork, and Dublin Institute of Technology. It will use the funding to work with a group of companies to accelerate the development, deployment and adoption of data analytics technology.

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