Google has announced that the company is investing €150 million in a new Irish data centre.
The company, which already owns one Irish data centre and leases another, will be employing 400 workers during the construction of the project.
The centre will be based close to Google's existing facility in Profile Park, Clondalkin, and is set to have it's first phase of construction finished before the end of the year.
Once the centre is up and running, it will employ 30 additional a staff, adding to the almost 2,500 full-time employees currently on its books in Ireland.
Via Irish Times