University of Limerick has recently launched its software center, which is expected to provide 90 PhD and 46 post-doctoral positions for research and development. The institution will train software engineers to fill the skills gap in the field of software industry for the next generations. The said investment was funded by the Science Foundation Ireland in Lero, State, and EU structural funds, and is said to be worth €46m. This new investment is only one of the parts of Lero’s move in expanding its specialty in research and software engineering. The world-class research center is also seen to host software researchers from several Irish universities.
CGM, LLC plans to develop a software provider department, which is expected to generate 10 more jobs in Waterford. The announcement was made by Paudie Coffey, the Minister of State at the Department of the Environment. The job opening and talent investment is expected to inspire the professionals and people of Waterford as it has been put on the map for software designs
CGM Ireland Ltd is European company founded by CGM, LLC. The company’s co-founder is excited on the announcement and said that CGM has been developing and providing software in many companies in Europe for years now and is expected to expand in the coming years.
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active are both up for a new update released by the Korean tech giant. According to previous reports, Samsung has reached a groundbreaking achievement in the United States of America when Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, U.S. Cellular, and T-Mobile, the five major carriers in USA, all released the software update for Samsung’s flagship smartphones. Other territories that have also been up to date with the recent updates include Croatia, Ireland, Italy, Indonesia, Colombia, and New Zealand. In this digital age, keep updated with more recent software releases at Tech Times.
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