Keysight Technologies Inc. and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) will launch a software development center to accelerate Keysight's transformation into a software-centric solutions provider. The facility will house more than 200 developers over the next five years in Atlanta’s Midtown district. Keysight has chartered the center to develop software for use in the design and test of electronic products being created by the company’s global customers. The company cited Georga Tech’s top-ranking engineering program and access to resources and experience as motivation for the expanded partnership, which continues an existing relationship between the two organizations. Todd Cutler, vice president and general manager, Keysight Software Products Organization and EEsof Electronic Design Automation, will relocate from Santa Rosa to Atlanta to lead the software development center.