Keysight Headquarters Now Functional After Northern California Wildfires

The headquarters of Keysight Technologies in Santa Rosa, California, is now operational after being temporarily shut down due to the Northern California wildfires. All four main buildings on-site are intact and the majority of production-related facilities are functional. 

As a result of the proximity to the fires, the building interiors experienced smoke and other fire-related environmental impacts. Cleaning and additional restoration efforts are in progress, in both production and non-production areas of the site. To be in working order, the company has leased office space in the local area that will support Santa Rosa employees who are not immediately re-occupying the site.

Business continues as usual at Keysight's other 145 worldwide locations, including its primary manufacturing and order fulfillment location in Penang, Malaysia. The company continues to take orders, ship products and otherwise meet the needs of its customers. Accordingly, the company expects that fourth quarter 2017 results will be in line with the guidance provided in its press release on Aug. 30, 2017. Moreover, it will release fourth quarter fiscal 2017 earnings after the stock market closes on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017.