|Address:||Keppel Data Centres, c/o MacStadium|
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MacStadium, the Mac hosting authority and largest provider of Apple® Mac Pro private cloud infrastructure-as-a-service around the world, announced today that it has established its first European data centre and international headquarters in Dublin, creating 35 information technology jobs over the course of 3 years.
MacStadium, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, ranked #44 on the 2016 Inc. 5000. The creation of the company's international headquarters in Dublin will allow for further growth of its EMEA client base. The company is actively recruiting engineers and technical support staff to further growth of the only enterprise-class Mac hosting provider in Europe.
"Ireland was our first choice for global expansion and Dublin is a great location for our international headquarters," said Greg McGraw, CEO of MacStadium. "Partnering with Keppel Data Centres in Dublin allows us to quickly ramp up operations to serve the European mobile software development community. Our planned expansion to APAC in early 2017 with Keppel is a great extension of our Ireland base to further international growth. Our launch was made easier by local assistance from key individuals as well as a talented workforce that's already producing benefits. We are excited to call Ireland our new international home and the hub for our global future," said McGraw.
Founded in 2012, MacStadium is the leading Apple® Mac hosting provider focused on supplying dedicated servers and private cloud hosting solutions to software developers in over 50 countries around the world using its patented platform. It has raised a total over $7M from angel investors, Silicon Valley Bank, Apple Financial Services, Data Sales Co and Grenke, Ltd. (Dublin). MacStadium was named #44 in the 2016 INC 5000 and #4 in IT Services. MacStadium is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with growing operations in Las Vegas, NV and Dublin, Ireland.
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|No of jobs:||35|
|Jobs take effect:||next three years|