Keysight’s new Software Development Center in Midtown Atlanta will hire more than 200 software developers in rapid solution development, turning measurement science IP into killer apps, delivered into an always-on, everywhere-available app store ecosystem.
About the Center
In partnership with Georgia Tech and located in Atlanta’s growing Midtown district, the Software Development Center will feature an open environment that fosters collaboration and supports an agile software development approach. We’re confident that our new center – and our partnership with Georgia Tech – will help shape the future of Keysight and of technology.
Some of the projects our Center will drive:
|– Big Data Analytics
– Cloud Computing
– Data Management
|– Data Visualization
– Embedded Systems
A California company has won a $100,000 InvestAtlanta Economic Opportunity Fund grant to bring 241 software engineering jobs to Technology Square in Midtown.
The Atlanta City Council recently approved the grant to Keysight Technologies, a Santa Rosa-based manufacturer of test and measurement equipment and software. The company chose Atlanta — and particularly, a location near Georgia Tech — over Seattle and California’s Silicon Valley for its software development center, city officials said.
Keysight is expected to invest $13.9 million in its Atlanta operation in the Coda (formerly the High Performance Computing Center).
Its jobs will have an average salary of $137,000, city officials said. The economic impact for the region is estimated at $92.7 million.
Keysight also will receive Opportunity Zone job tax credits from the state. InvestAtlanta worked with the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the Metro Atlanta Chamber to land the company.