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Trilliant Networks Moving Global Headquarters to Cary

Investing $1.8 million and bringing 130 jobs to Wake County 

Gov. Roy Cooper, N.C. Commerce Secretary Tony Copeland and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that Trilliant Networks will establish its global headquarters in Wake County, creating 130 jobs over the next five years. The company will invest $1.8 million at its current offices in Cary to accommodate for this expansion of corporate operations. 

Trilliant offers the energy industry's only enterprise-wide Smart Communications Platform for connecting the Internet of Things (IoT) through a secure, standards-based, multi-technology, open-spectrum solution. Trilliant maximizes smart grid and smart city investments and makes operations future-ready.  

Trilliant will hire several positions to support world-wide operations of the company. Salaries will vary by position, with a total annual payroll impact of more than $13 million. 
Partnering with N.C. Commerce and the EDPNC on this project were the North Carolina General Assembly, the North Carolina Community College System, Wake County Economic Development (WCED), Town of Cary, Wake County, Cary Chamber of Commerce, E4 Carolinas and the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster. 

Supporting Quotes
Roy Cooper, Gov. of North Carolina
"Wake County and Cary have the ideal business environment, location and talented workforce for the headquarters operations of a high-technology company. We're proud that this global smart grid software and communications company has chosen to expand its operations right here in the heart of the Research Triangle."

Adrienne Cole, president and CEO, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce 
"Wake County and the Research Triangle region is a hub for global clean tech innovation, home to hundreds of companies and thousands of talented professionals working in the areas of smart grid, smart water and smart transportation. We look forward to Trilliant's continued success in Wake County."

Andy White, CEO, Trilliant
"The Research Triangle is a globally recognized technology community of more than 350 clean tech companies, and offers some of the brightest and most innovative talent for a high-tech company like us. By establishing our global headquarters in the Research Triangle, we are adding our footprint to other world leading technology companies as we continue leading innovation in Utility and IoT communications." 

View the news release via the Governor's Office here

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