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Information technology company Capgemini is planning to expand its operation at Treforest with a £17.1m investment aiming to bring 100 jobs.
The site will become the firm's primary centre for security sensitive projects for the private and public sectors.
The investment is over the next five years and is backed by Welsh Government Business Finance funding.
This is excellent news and I am delightedCapgemini is expanding its operations in Wales. Capgemini is a global IT brand that will bring high quality, well paid, and specialist technical development roles to the region. Capgemini’s decision to base this new operation in Wales sends out a very strong message about the expertise and availability of high level skills in Wales.
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A new £12.5 million programme has been announced by the Welsh Government to make sure businesses across Wales 'maximise the benefits of superfast broadband.'
It says Wales already leads the way among the UK’s devolved nations with with 79 per cent of premises now able to access it.
Now it hopes a five-year programme will help small and medium sized businesses adopt and exploit superfast broadband services.
It follows projects in Gwynedd, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Swansea and Blaenau Gwent.
We are making tremendous progress in bringing superfast broadband across Wales. To reap the maximum economic benefit from this investment it is simply not enough for businesses to take-up superfast broadband.
To take full advantage of the superfast enabled technologies businesses need to use them to change and improve the way they work.It is not just about doing things quicker, it is about doing things smarter.
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The Welsh Government has announced 30 new jobs are being created at Sony's Bridgend operation.
A new Digital Media Content Management division is being developed at its site in Pencoed. It will convert video and media content to a digital format for publication across a growing range of platforms.
Sony UKTEC, one of our anchor companies, makes a significant contribution to the Welsh economy and it’s great news that it is expanding and diversifying and I am delighted that Welsh Government support helped secure this investment for Pencoed.
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Almost half a million more homes and businesses in Wales can now get superfast broadband, according to new figures out today.
More than four out of five UK premises already have access to 'superfast' speeds - which is greater than 24 Mbps.
The Welsh Government says introducing a high speed broadband infrastructure to rural areas on this scale has been an 'immense engineering task.
Its programme, Superfast Cymru, will deploy around 7,500km of fibre optic cable which is enough to travel the perimeter of Wales 330 times.
With the highest availability of superfast broadband among the devolved nations, more homes and businesses than ever before now have access to superfast broadband - revitalising the way we communicate, shop, bank and work.
The UK Government says 480,00 homes and businesses in Wales now have access to superfast broadband.
Across Britain the figure is 3 million.
Last week Ofcom said Wales has the highest availability of superfast broadband of any of the devolved nations.