Aspire tools up with 150 new jobs

The rollout of 5G mobile networks is fuelling demand for software company Aspire’s software and services

14th May, 2017
Bill Walsh, founder and chief executive of Aspire Technology Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin company Aspire Technology will create 150 jobs over three years as the rollout of fifth generation (5G) mobile networks fuels demand for its software and services in the global telecommunications sector.

The company will recruit software developers, network engineers, design specialists and project managers. Some 50 of the jobs will be created at its Sandyford headquarters this year. Aspire Technology employs 66 people, including 50 in Sandyford, and the remainder in an overseas office in...

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