The Turn Innovation Center was featured in the (Champaign-Urbana) News-Gazette on Thursday, May 1.
The article details why the Silicon Valley-based company wanted to open its first innovation center at the University of Illinois, in the Research Park.
“… The company zeroed in on a location in Champaign because of its access to top engineering talent from the UI College of Engineering’s computer science and electrical and computer engineering departments, its association with supercomputing and distributed systems,” writes the paper.
Ross Bundy, a senior manager of engineering, is the site manager for Turn. The company is actively hiring.
The entire article is available via the News-Gazette website.