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27.04.2021

Ericsson is developing its cloud-based IMS system in its Budapest headquarters - VIDEO REPORT

Ericsson Hungary supplying telecommunications and IT systems and also engaged in research and development, will develop the next generation of the cloud-based IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) in the framework of an almost EUR 8.4 million R&D project, which will be the cornerstone of cutting-edge telecommunications systems. The investment to be realized by September 2022 will create 200 new jobs requiring higher education.

13.04.2021

Roche is going to enlarge its Service and Solution Centre further in Budapest - VIDEO REPORT

Roche, a company based in Switzerland, is going to increase the number of its collaborators in positions creating high added value in its service centre located in Budapest. The 250 new employees will provide support to the subsidiaries of Roche in 60 countries in the fields of finance, purchasing, HR and information technology.

25.03.2021

Siemens Mobility is going to more than triple its R&D headcount in Hungary - VIDEO REPORT

Siemens Mobility will create 120 new R&D jobs in its Budapest office in order to implement the "Digitalization of track-based transport modes", by increasing the number of those employed in this field to 169. The development of driving IT systems, operational security diagnostics, and engineering systems allowing flexible configuration of the railway operations will be implemented by an investment totalling more than EUR 10,3 million.

11.02.2021

Strategic partnership between the Hungarian government and Siemens Energy - VIDEO REPORT

The Hungarian government and Siemens Energy Kft., the energy company of the German industrial conglomerate Siemens, has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement. The agreement was signed on behalf of the government by Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and by Markus Kupetz and Árpád Goszták, managing directors of Siemens Energy in Budapest.

14.01.2021

GE Healthcare Invests to Start an R&D Development in Szeged and Budapest

GE Healthcare invests HUF 3.3 billion to expand their healthcare development centres present since 2014 in Szeged and Budapest. The broadening of software development activities will allow faster access to analytics data for medical professionals. The investment will result in creating 45 R&D related new jobs as well.

23.11.2020

Diligent establishes its global product development centre in Budapest - VIDEO REPORT

The American Diligent Corporation is bringing its new global R&D centre to Budapest. The company is a market leader among SaaS (software as a service) providers. This service assists managers in the public and private sector, as well as many other leaders, in efficiently controlling and monitoring the various processes and in enabling effective information exchange. The investment worth over EUR 31 million will create more than 300 high added value jobs.

20.10.2020

Sanofi has opened a global competence centre in Budapest - VIDEO REPORT

Sanofi is now continuing its operations on the ultimate site of its international competence centre in Budapest. Initially, 200 persons will assist the European and North American Sanofi units in seven languages from the centre. The headcount, however, is planned to be increased to 350 colleagues by 2022 in the leading French pharmaceutical giant's newest Hungarian unit.

25.08.2020

Nilfisk opens a new IT Innovation & HR Services Hub in Hungary

Nilfisk has been present in Hungary for more than 20 years with assembly facilities in Szigetszentmiklós and Nagykanizsa. Now, Nilfisk is expanding its footprint and investment in Hungary with the establishment of a new joint IT innovation & HR Services hub in Budapest. The new hub reinforces the long-term presence of Nilfisk in Hungary.

22.07.2020

Arm is expanding its R&D centre in Budapest - VIDEO REPORT

Arm is growing its staff of developers by more than 50% in its R&D centre in Budapest. The technology company, which is specialised in IT, particularly in microprocessors and graphic processors, chips and network devices, is witnessing its Hungarian centre gain even more importance through its expansion project of EUR 9 million, which will result in the creation of 60 more jobs in research and development.