Digital & Technology

  • Analog Devices Limerick

ICT-led companies have always valued our affinity for cutting-edge innovation. Today, the region is a technology and R&D major hub with a rich, thriving ecosystem boosted by a ready talent supply – more than a third of Limerick’s third-level students study STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects.

We’ve big, global companies – and those that are not so big – doing amazing things. Dell Technologies’ Limerick operation is a strategic centre for the company’s global and regional functions. At its Innovation Lab, customers can experience how Artificial Intelligence, 5G and the Internet of Things can bring business value in developing digital cities, connected healthcare Industry 4.0 and connected transport.

Operational since 2000 and employing around 300 people, Intel Shannon’s R&D campus is a centre of excellence for network transformation and cloud computing in today’s highly connected world.

Legato Health Technologies Ireland uses industry-leading AI and cognitive technologies to solve complex medical problems – with a digital platform that delivers predictive, proactive and personalised healthcare.

Limerick is at the core of GM’s future vision. Here, the company is developing next-generationelectric vehicle and autonomous driving technologies at its software engineering centre.

ADI (Analog Devices) helps solve the toughest engineering challenges from its European headquarters and R&D centre. Its products and applications are found in many sectors, from aerospace & defence to healthcare and intelligent buildings. ADI recently announced a €100 million investment in a collaboration accelerator, ADI Catalyst.

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