Harman Professional Begins Construction on Technology and Signal Processing Facility

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Harman Professional Begins Construction on Technology and Signal Processing Facility

Nov 22, 2013 11:01 AM

Salt Lake City, UT - Nov 21, 2013 - The Harman Signal Processing Business Unit broke ground on a new 50,000-square-foot technology center in Salt Lake City, UT. The new building will replace the existing Sandy, UT, operation and will serve as headquarters for more than 160 employees from the BSS Audio, DBX, DigiTech and Lexicon brands, Harman Professional's Systems Development and Integration Group responsible for the development of HiQnet networking software development and the Harman Corporate Technology Group overseeing company-wide R&D for all brands.

Located in the River Park Business Center in the South Jordan area of Salt Lake City, the new tech center will include specialized centers for research and development, product development, hardware and software engineering, sales and marketing and will also feature a new world-class Harman Professional training center.

"Utah has been a hotbed for innovation and technology as well as the home to Harman Signal Processing brands for over 30 years and we are proud to say it will continue to be so for years to come. We are building a strong foundation for the future as this new facility represents our commitment to ongoing investments and in our operations and our team," stated TJ Smith, general manager, Harman Professional Signal Processing Business Unit.

Designed and engineered with input from Harman team members from various departments, the building will allow for greater operational collaboration to meet the needs of Harman customers who are moving to more systems-based solutions. The first stage of occupation for the new facility is slated for December 2013.

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