Monday, 30 November 2020

Wind River expands Costa Rica presence with new San Jose office

IoT software maker Wind River has announced the expansion of its global presence with operations and an established site in Costa Rica.

The company’s new San Jose office will have more than 40 employees working in customer support, engineering, finance and tech support, said the company, adding that it’s hoping to tap into the country’s fast rising technology sector with its high-impact team.

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