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Digital Liverpool

[/av_textblock] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” custom_class=” admin_preview_bg=”] Liverpool has the second fastest growing digital cluster in the UK (TechNation, 2015) and is one of only 3 Internet of Things clusters.  The sector generates just under £1bn of economic activity a year, employing 19,000 people.

But it’s not just its existing small businesses that are creating jobs at a rate of knots – there are some major public/private investment partnerships that will be transformative not just in terms of outputs and discoveries, but in terms of high-paying jobs – just the sort of people that will want to rent at Quay Central.

Foremost among these is the STFC Hartree Centre, which houses the most powerful supercomputer in the UK dedicated to industrial R&D.

A new £113 million government investment in the Hartree Centre, plus £200 million from IBM, has seen the development of the first cognitive computing research centre in the UK – on top of both the Intel Parallel Computing Centre, plus the UK’s first Power Design & Acceleration Centre.

High earning jobs, a sustainable growth industry and a leading place within it – Liverpool finds itself in the right place economically, at the right time – and Quay Central is poised to provide its workers with the homes they need.[/av_textblock] [/av_one_full][/av_section]