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HARMAN Professional Opens New Technology Center In Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City - May 22, 2014 - HARMAN Professional announced the opening of its Technology Center in Salt Lake City, UT. The 50,000-square-foot facility employs 165 and houses the company's Signal Processing Business Unit Professional Systems Development and Integration Group, responsible for the development of HiQnet networking software, Corporate Technology Group, and the HARMAN Professional Training Center. The facility is located at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains in the high-tech South Jordan RiverPark area of Salt Lake City.
HARMAN Professional's Signal Processing Unit develops and supports professional audio products. Their iconic brands include Lexicon, dbx, BSS Audio and DigiTech. The technology developed at HARMAN Signal Processing is also used in larger audio systems applications for other HARMAN brands JBL Professional, Crown Audio, Soundcraft, and Studer.
HARMAN's Corporate Technology Group leads the company's research efforts and the development of HARMAN International products and technologies. The HARMAN Signal Processing Business Unit is responsible for product engineering, development, sales, marketing and administration of the DigiTech, Lexicon Pro, dbx and BSS Audio brands.
The HARMAN Professional Training Center was created to train audio professionals in the use of the company's products and HiQNet audio system control software. The Center includes four studios/sound rooms, provides in-depth, instructor-led training and also provides the opportunity for professional certification for HARMAN products and systems.
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