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Storage company Iomega said that it will open a 22,500 square foot facility in Dublin's Citywest Business Campus. It is investing I£400,000 in the facility, it said. The office will include a call centre for customer inquiries, a so-called "training academy" for Iomega employees and reseller partners, and a testing and quality unit. The call centre will field enquiries from across Europe, and the company said it had plans to provide an online support system from the centre. ®

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