Telecoms firm to create 80 jobs in Belfast

A telecommunications firm has announced plans to create nearly 80 jobs at a research and development centre in Belfast.

Intune Networks builds optical platforms for high-definition video and IT services.

The company says it has already recruited 34 people for its R&D facility in the Sandy Row area of Beflast and plans to hire another 43.

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