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Machine vision firm Movidius makes explosive growth prediction

Firm says activity is "tremendous" with 20 designs ongoing right now which come into commission next year

8th November, 2015
Remi El-Ouazzane, chief executive of Movidius Pic: Sportsfile

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, expects its ground-breaking technology to be used in 20 new devices next year and it aims to hire between 50 and 100 more people in Dublin to meet rocketing demand.

Remi El-Ouazzane, chief executive of Movidius, told The Sunday Business Post at the Web Summit: “We will ship close to one million units this year in various devices. We have 20 designs ongoing right now which come into commission next year,...

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