Huawei opens a European cloud hub in Dublin for 150 million euros

Chinese tech giant Huawei has announced plans to open its first European cloud hub in Dublin, which aims to create 200 jobs over the next five years.

The planned cloud hub is expected to cost 150 million euros and will provide companies across Europe with access to Huawei’s cloud services.

“We see Ireland as a strategic location for deploying Huawei Cloud globally,” said Tony Yangxu, Chief Executive of Huawei Ireland.

“The new offering is based on stable, reliable, secure, compliant, innovative and sustainable cloud services tailored to the needs of diverse Irish and European customers, particularly small and medium-sized businesses,” he added.

Around 60 of the planned 200 positions will be filled over the next two years, with roles available in sales, pre-sales, legal, tax, operations, management and research.

Huawei Cloud will also look at existing Huawei capabilities in Ireland. The company has had a presence in Ireland since 2004, with Huawei now supporting over 860 direct and indirect jobs here.

The investment is supported by IDA Ireland.

“Huawei’s recent expansion further positions Ireland as a key hub for its European and global operations and is a clear demonstration of the company’s continued commitment to the country,” said Chief Executive Martin Shanahan. Huawei opens a European cloud hub in Dublin for 150 million euros

Fry Electronics Team

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