Technology company launches new San Jose Campus, paving the way for growth

SAN JOSE – The state-of-the-art technology company ASML has officially opened its largest new technology campus in North San Jose, announcing that it can accommodate hundreds of employees.

“Bringing all of our Silicon Valley teams into one campus will enable us to increase collaboration and integration,” said Jim Conman, vice president of SML, a semiconductor manufacturer.

The company has relocated a total of 212,600 square feet to two San Jose buildings, providing a state-of-the-art cleaning room in a state-of-the-art office and research center.

“We are trying to solve some leading problems for the semiconductor industry,” Coon said.

80 W. Tasman Drive North San Jose, 105,000 square feet of office and research building. // SMS

The company has leased buildings in San Jose on 125 Rio Robes and 80W Tasman Drive to accommodate existing staff and future growth.

“The expansion of the SML will bring hundreds of additional engineers and scientists to North San Jose,” said Mayor Sam Licardo.

Approximately 875 SML employees are already stationed in the two buildings, but the company has ambitious plans.

“We look forward to great growth next year,” Comen said. Next year we will see a 20% growth rate.

That could lead to an additional 150 or more technology engineers being hired to work in the new offices, which would have a larger population of about 1,000 workers.

AMLL staff work near the equipment in one of the technology company’s clean rooms in North San Jose. // SMS

“Our key is to bring all of our teams together to make sure we are working together,” Conon said. We want the most difficult challenges to be solved together.

For the past 20 years, SML has continued to be prominent in Silicon Valley. However, the company has worked in several small stations. The agreement to lease the two buildings will allow the company to operate on an integrated campus.

“As AMLL continues to innovate to address the global chip shortage, the city is expanding its North San Jose home, retail, restaurants, and other facilities that Silicon Valley employers and their employees need,” said Mayor Lycardo.

Office and Research Building at 80 W. Tasman Drive in North San Jose. // SMS


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