Danalto chief executive David McDonald;   Niall McEvoy, HPSU manager at Enterprise Ireland; Tom Farrell, Danalto CTO;  Helen McBreen, investment director, Atlantic Bridge;  Albert Baker, Danalto COO and Neil Gordon, start-up development manager, Trinity College Dublin

Danalto, a Trinity College Dublin spin-out focused on internet of things (IoT) services and technologies, has raised €750,000 in seed funding The com(...)

Dublin BIC chief executive Michael Culligan said the Ireland Smart Tech Fund will primarily target companies in the business-to-business space.

A new €30 million seed venture fund for start-ups that is backed by a number of Irish tech veterans and several institutional investors is to launch i(...)

ESB Telecoms will  use Silver Spring’s Starfish platform as a service standards-based mesh technology to develop an Internet of Things (IoT) network across the Republic.

Energy provider ESB has teamed up with a US tech firm which is working with the city of Paris to cut its public street lighting bill by up to 30 per c(...)

Gartner estimates that some 21 billion devices will be connected by 2020 with a global economic impact measured in trillions of dollars. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Irish start-up Davra Networks and Swiss firm Orbiwise have won contracts to work with the Connect Centre at Trinity College Dublin to roll out its int(...)

Eugene Smyth, investment manager with Dublin BIC, which manages the AIB Seed Capital Fund, and Paul Glynn, chief executive of Davra Networks

Irish Internet of Things company Davra Networks plans to create 20 new jobs next year after securing an investment of €1.5 million. The funding comes(...)

Cisco’s Adam Grennan: “We put sensors on tractors that take soil samples and then send data to the cloud for real-time analysis.”

The “internet of things” is one of those technology concepts, like big data and cloud computing, that was discussed in the research community long bef(...)