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April 25th, 2007

Agilent Technologies expands with Chandler microscope facility

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Agilent Technologies will relocate its atomic force microscope operations to a new facility in Chandler, which will more than triple the size of the company's previous 9,000-square-foot Tempe facility.

The 30,000-square-foot Chandler site, near Stellar Airpark, will include customer demonstration space, application labs, training rooms and the latest in audio visual equipment. The company expects to add to the 67 employees currently working at the Tempe facility.

Agilent, a Silicon Valley-based scientific instrument maker, employs 19,000 people in 110 countries. It specializes in making the ATF, a high-resolution probe microscope that scales down to fractions of a nanometer. Invented in 1986, the ATF is a key component of nontechnology studies.

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