NuoDB today announced the opening of its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) development centre in Dublin, and a new office in Belfast.
This software development centre will also provide support services to its existing customer-base and be the hub for other NuoDB employees in the Netherlands, Italy, Bulgaria and Belarus. The centre will be led by EMEA Engineering Director Martin Gallwey. Prior to joining NuoDB, Gallwey led back-end development at Corvil.
Over the next three years, NuoDB plans to recruit several dozen engineers and tech support professionals in Europe, including 50 in Dublin and 20 in Belfast. Earlier this year, NuoDB opened its EMEA headquarters near London, U.K. as part of its international expansion strategy.
“We are investing in NuoDB EMEA to expand our global reach to better support our enterprise customers and meet the demand for our innovative solution,” said Barry Morris and co-founder, NuoDB. “By establishing our presence in Ireland, we’ll be able to grow our product development team and work with some of the best and brightest talent in Dublin and Belfast.”
NuoDB was launched in 2010 by database architect Jim Starkey and CEO Barry Morris to deliver a scale-out SQL database management system designed for global operations.
NuoDB is headquartered in Cambridge, MA, USA. For further information visit nuodb.com.