Global data streaming firm Push Technology selects Northern Ireland for new technology hub

  • London and Silicon Valley based tech firm Push Technology has announced plans to set up a new technology support centre in Northern Ireland.

    Every modern business relies on data, and ensuring that your company has access to up-to-the-minute data can make a massive difference in industries such as finance, transportation, energy, healthcare, gaming, and infrastructure. Push Technology's Diffusion Real-Time API Management Platform solves this problem for businesses by providing centralised data management systems that can integrate into a wide range of products and services.

    The firm already has major offices in London and Silicon Valley, and has now announced plans to open a new technology support centre in Northern Ireland. The centre will be initially composed of 8 staff and forms part of the firm's global expansion plans that include rapid expansion in the US and Pacific Rim markets following significant success in the UK and EU. Invest Northern Ireland has offered £48,000 towards the creation of the new jobs.

    Sean Bowen, CEO of Push Technology, commented: "The ever-expanding need for secure, highly-scalable, event-driven data to be distributed in real-time is driving our success worldwide. To support our growth and facilitate services delivery, we have chosen to locate our hub centre in Northern Ireland. Belfast stands out for the strength of its technology services workforce and strong supply of talent."

    Source: Written based on press release

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