Pivotal Commware has transferred its corporate headquarters from Bellevue, Washington, to a new building in Kirkland in a move to meet research requirements as the company works to expand its 4G and 5G wireless capabilities.
Brian Deutsch, CEO of Pivotal Commware, said in a statement published Monday the new headquarters will provide the company additional space to support testing work for Tier One operators and other clients.
Deutsch added the company also plans to hire new employees this year.
Pivotal Commware has developed the Holographic Beam Forming technology platform designed to broaden the spectral efficiency and capacity of 4G and 5G networks to meet wireless data needs through the use of software-enabled antennas.
The new corporate facility in Kirkland includes expanded laboratories for radiofrequency and digital system validation, outdoor test range for antenna testing and an anechoic chamber to support HBF antenna measurements.