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Enterprise IT, News - Tuesday, February 11, 2014 10:51 - 4 Comments
news Global technology giant Hewlett Packard yesterday announced it would significantly expand its presence in Adelaide, creating about 430 high-end technology jobs over the next four years with the assistance of the University of South Australia and the South Australian State Government.
Premier Jay Weatherill today announced the establishment of an Innovation and Collaboration
Centre within the University of South Australia’s new building in the Health and Biomedical
Precinct on North Terrace. The State Government will provide a $5.5 million grant to the University to help establish the centre, which will give students and small businesses access to HP’s global capabilities.
The new jobs – in fields such as software development – will be spread across the Innovation and Collaboration Centre on North Tce and HP’s premises across Adelaide.
“This is just one example of how we are transforming and modernising our economy,” Weatherill said in a statement released yesterday. “We are creating new industries and new jobs in exciting, high-tech fields. HP has chosen to expand in Adelaide because our competitive business cost environment gives our city an advantage over other parts of the country. This is what happens when you invest and build.” Continue…
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