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Tech company creates 70 jobs

A US technology company is opening its new Europe, Middle East and Africa development centre in Dublin, creating 50 jobs in the capital.

It is also opening a new office in Belfast, which will create 20 positions.

Massachusetts-headquartered NuoDB said its software centre in Dublin will 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.