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Trenton Systems Establishes Duluth, Georgia, Headquarters

Trenton Systems, a high-performance computer manufacturer, will establish new headquarters operations in Duluth, Georgia. The project is expected to create 50 jobs.

The new office will be located at the former IBM building at 3100 Breckinridge Boulevard. The site will house the company’s headquarters and many of its business support teams. Trenton Systems will also continue to operate out of its Lawrenceville facility.

“With our new HQ, we can support more of our customers’ needs while maintaining the same level of quality that they are used to over the decades. We are not only expanding on floor space, but the added expertise will also broaden our product and service offering to continue innovating computing solutions that drive some of the world’s most complex applications across all environments,” said Trenton Systems CEO Michael Bowling.

Trenton Systems designs, manufactures, assembles, tests, and supports secure computing solutions out of metro Atlanta to ensure tamper-free hardware and cyber secure firmware and software, all within a vetted supply chain.

“It’s exciting to see a Georgia-based business leading research and innovation efforts that will help safeguard information for some of the United States’ largest companies and organizations across multiple strategic industries,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Trenton Systems’ growth reflects the longstanding and continued importance of the cybersecurity and defense industries in Georgia.”

Global Commerce Senior Project Manager Kristen Miller represented the Georgia Department of Economic Development on the project in partnership with the Metro Atlanta Chamber, Partnership Gwinnett, and Georgia Power.

“Congratulations to Trenton Systems on their choice to expand their business in Gwinnett County,” said Metro Atlanta Chamber President and CEO Katie Kirkpatrick. “This decision augments the advantages of our region for technology intensive industries that rely on strong universities, technical schools, skilled workers, a business-friendly environment, and a strong hardware and software ecosystem.”

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