In 2019, Gabriella Garcia, who at the time was an engineering student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a collegiate member of the Society of Women Engineers, took the stage alongside three teammates at the Keysight Innovation Challenge, a global engineering competition hosted by Keysight Technologies awarding top student teams up to $50,000, in New York City.
By Claire McCarthy | Global Director Sustainability, Security & Safety
Keysight is helping to build a better planet by accelerating innovation to connect and secure the world and employing a global business framework of ethical, environmentally sustainable, and socially responsible operations. Three core principles underscore this commitment:
With 5G still in phased stages of development and deployment, it may seem premature to plan for the next generation of wireless communication technology. But with ambitious goals that build upon the current generation, it’s not too early to begin addressing the technological, regulatory, geographical and educational challenges that will be required to make ubiquitous 6G a reality.
By Renee Morad Renee Morad is education solutions manager of Keysight Technologies, a provider of Ixia brand solutions.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of university teaching labs worldwide. Students in STEM classes stopped using industry-grade equipment on campus, and instead tried to problem-solve independently with take-home kits that provided limited functionality.
Women have a significant impact on Keysight’s culture, on the technology landscape, and on the innovations we create. Today, on International Women’s Day, we celebrate the accomplishments of women around the world.
Leslie Camino is senior director of corporate leadership development and diversity, equity, and inclusion at Keysight Technologies
Leslie Camino is focused on leadership development at Keysight, fostering high-potential talent and increasing diversity through mentoring, training, and coaching programs. She is certified in women’s leadership by the University of California, Los Angeles.
By Janet Ooi | Automotive Industry and Solutions Marketing
Purpose fuels passion and performance. This phrase describes Natalie Killeen from Keysight Labs perfectly. Natalie is very passionate about her job, striving to make a positive impact at work and the world we are living in. She is an IC designer and has been with Keysight Labs for three years. A few months into her job, she learned that an autonomous driving project needed an antenna designer.