Dublin chip design firm signs multi-million deal with China

Dublin chip design firm signs multi-million deal with China

Irish exporting company Movidious has announced a multi-million euro partnership during an Irish trade mission to China.

RTE news reports that electronics supplier Keenhigh, which produces for several international brands, expects to sell products valued at €19m based on a multimedia processor designed by Movidious.

Dublin-based chip designer Movidious' share of the deal was not disclosed.

Ninety Irish companies are taking part in the trade mission which Taoiseach Enda Kenny will lead from tomorrow.

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