Bob Savage of Dell Technologies predicts landmark year for Irish digital, with PCs and other computer devices able to optimise power and battery life for our most productive moments, and with innovations driven by AI, 5G and IoT
Apple has joined Dell, Microsoft, HP and Intel in opposing US President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on laptop computers and tablets among the $300bn (€268bn) in Chinese goods targeted for a 25% tariff increase on July 2 when the consultation period for public comment ends.
Shares in computer services firm VMware — whose main Irish offices are in Cork —plunged yesterday after broadcaster CNBC reported it is considering acquiring Dell Technologies in a reverse merger, bringing Dell back to markets in what could be the industry’s biggest deal ever.
An international anti-virus and cybersecurity company, Cylance, is to open offices on Cork city’s South Mall: a formal jobs announcement and commitment is due within days. It’s one of several new office moves on the South Mall, with Irish Life Health also taking space on the street from next week.