Niometrics to open R&D hub in Melbourne


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Thursday, 28 June, 2018

Niometrics to open R&D hub in Melbourne

Global networks analytics company Niometrics has announced plans to establish its latest R&D hub as well as its Australia-New Zealand headquarters in Melbourne.

The new hub will develop, test and deploy key network and data analytics technologies. It is expected to create at least 30 new jobs, including positions for high-performance DPI engineers, C programmers, UX developers and data scientists.

The facility will be Niometrics’ third major R&D hub after facilities in Singapore and Athens. It is expected to be operational by the end of November.

Niometrics currently has eight offices around the world serving 12 network operators in countries including Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines and the UAE.

“Victoria continues to attract global tech leaders, strengthening our reputation as a centre of excellence and helping us grow the jobs and industries of our future economy,” Victorian Minister for Trade and Investment Philip Dalidakis said.

“Technology, science and research are at the heart of our vision to create jobs and drive economic growth for all Victorians.”

Victoria’s digital economy generates approximately $34 billion in revenue annually and employs over 83,000 people, with major tech leaders including Alibaba, Square, Live Tiles, CyberGym and Slack having all recently established headquarters in the state.

Image credit: ©iStockphoto.com/violetkaipa

Please follow us and share on Twitter and Facebook. You can also subscribe for FREE to our weekly newsletter and quarterly magazine.

Related News

Urgent call to reform Privacy Act: CHOICE

A new survey from CHOICE has found Australians must typically consent to an average of 116...

RMIT Online aims to train hybrid designers

RMIT Online has teamed up with Canva and other partners to develop the material for a series of...

Infosys and Tennis Australia collaborate

Infosys has announced a collaboration with Tennis Australia (TA) to drive new digital learning...


  • All content Copyright © 2022 Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd